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What our users are saying about Giving Compass
Individual donor interview 2021
Giving Compass has given me so much information. I feel so much more educated and well-informed about issues that are going on. Just not in my community but throughout the country. I think it’s time we step up and do something more and I want to be a part of that.
I just got to reviewing Giving Compass last night and was very impressed. Your team goes to a lot of trouble to make sure that readers understand the causes and consequences involved in critical areas such as climate change.
Executive Director Morgan Stanley Philanthropy
Don’t think these updates (Giving Compass newsletter) could be more on point than they are. Such a profoundly useful tool.
User Feedback Survey 2021
I’ve really appreciated the articles that tie into current events and have action items attached to them (e.g. volunteering and/or donation opportunities).
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Use your benchmark results to start a giving plan. This free online tool combines the power of a financial planner and personalized charitable resources to help you give with impact.
What You Can Do
- near_me Select core focus areas where you want to make an impact.
- near_me Organize and plan giving and volunteering contributions.
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- near_me Update your giving plan at any time to diversify and balance your giving.
Source: The Giving Compass benchmark algorithm uses the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, public use dataset - produced and distributed by the Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI (2017); and the 2019 Survey of Consumer Finances.