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Test Your Knowledge

Posted By Stafford Kendall, Covalent Logic, Monday, December 12, 2011
The Wall Street Journal has a quiz in this morning's Journal Report section:

It includes fun questions like:

Individuals accounted for what percentage of the $290.89 billion in charitable donations last year?
A. 29%
B. 41%
C. 52%
D. 73%

Some of the answers might surprise you... even you, Matt Mullenix!


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Matthew Mullenix, Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations says...
Posted Monday, December 12, 2011
Stafford I am in a constant state of surprise, trust me.
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Denise McMahan, CausePlanet says...
Posted Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Well, I managed to get this one right but didn't do so well on the others. Thanks for the education, Stafford!
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Matthew Mullenix, Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations says...
Posted Thursday, December 15, 2011
Was surprised by this one: Less than 1% of corporate profits go to charity. That's including from corporate foundations, which have no other purpose, right?

What can the nonprofit sector do to help build its image as a good investment for corporate partners? There have to be good approaches out there.

6. Giving by corporations—including grants from corporate foundations—represented what percentage of pre-tax profits in 2010?

A. 0.9%
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