AAFRC

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AAFRCAmerican Association of Fund-Raising Counsel
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However, high-performance AAFRC can reduce the maintenance and repair costs of the structure in service.
Estate tax decedents' combined bequest, $10.1 billion, represented about 7.0 percent of the $143.9 billion in total charitable giving from all sources for 1995, as estimated by the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy.
The AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, located in New York City, does an annual survey of charitable giving by all sources: bequests, foundations, corporations, and individuals.
According to Giving USA (Kaplan 1998), an annual report issued by the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, an arm of the American Association of Fund-Raising Counsel, corporations in 1997 donated $8.2 billion, or 5.7 percent of the $143.5 billion in total contributions to American charities.
According to the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, for companies reporting their contributions to the IRS, the ratio of gifts to pretax income was 1.3% in 1996.
Nationally, giving has fluctuated between .7 percent and 2.3 percent of pretax net income for the last twenty years and has hovered around 1 percent (AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, 1996).
According to a 1994 poll conducted by the American Association of Fund-Raising Counsel's (AAFRC) Trust for Philanthropy, donors who attend church give an average of 2.2 percent of their income to charity; those who do not average only 1.4 percent.
American individuals contributed 81 per cent of all charity in 1992 with lower income groups showing an even stronger commitment to giving than the wealthy (AAFRC Trust, 1993).
(Ed.) (1990), Giving USA AAfRC, Trust for Philanthropy, New York, NY.
And, also in 1993, individuals, foundations, and corporations donated a total of $9.57 billion for arts, cultural, and humanities programs, says the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy.
The American Association of Fund-Raising Counsel (AAFRC) estimates that in 1991 Americans donated nearly $125 billion to charitable organizations.