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Corporate Contributions in 2001

Spurred by the September 11 terrorist attacks and their aftermath, the largest U.S. corporations added a significant layer of giving to their contribution budgets in 2001. But this overview of corporate giving in 2001, based on information supplied by 187 of the largest U.S. corporations, shows that these disaster and relief efforts did not reduce overall giving budgets, which generally increased from 2000 to 2001.

Topics covered:

  • Changes in 2001 U.S. Contributions Due to September 11 Giving
  • U.S. Contributions as a Percentage of Pretax Income
  • What They Gave: Cash and Non-Cash Contributions
  • International Contributions
  • Terminology

Full report also includes:

  • Matched Cases
  • More Than 25 Tables and Charts

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