Monday, September 27, 2004

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: AP - U.S. Headlines

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: AP - U.S. Headlines: "Study: Age groups differ on philanthropy
NEW YORK -- Philanthropy among minority groups in New York varies along generational lines, with those born after the mid-1960s more likely than older donors to give money to programs focusing on educational opportunities rather than organizations specifically targeting their own racial or ethnic community, according to a study.
'People born after 1964 showed a different approach than those born before,' said Eugene Miller, co-director of the study. 'Younger folks saw community in a broader sense.'
The study, 'Pathways for Change: Philanthropy among African American, Asian American, and Latino Donors in the New York Metropolitan Region,' was to be released Monday."

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