AAFRC

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AAFRCAmerican Association of Fund-Raising Counsel
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9 billion in total charitable giving from all sources for 1995, as estimated by the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy.
Giving USA 1998: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 1997 (New York: AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, 1998).
2001--The AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, now the Giving USA Foundation, contracts with the center to research and write Giving USA, the first and only annual yearbook that reports on both sources and uses of philanthropic giving.
Giving in 2001 fits the pattern that we have seen during previous recessions," says Leo R Arnoult, chair of the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy.
See AAFRC TRUST FOR PHILANTHROPY, GIVING USA 2001: THE ANNUAL REPORT ON PHILANTHROPY FOR THE YEAR 2000 18 (2001).
Giving USA: The Annual Report of Philanthropy for the Year 1992 (New York: AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, 1993): 74-80.
Atlanta's only AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy Board member, Del Martin (Executive Vice President of Atlanta-based fund-raising consulting firm Alexander Haas Martin & Partners, Inc.
In its Giving USA 1997 annual yearbook on American philanthropy, New York-based AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy noted that the strong economy pushed total charitable contributions to nearly $151 billion in 1996.
According to Giving USA 2000, a report published by the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, charitable gifts from corporations and their foundations totaled an estimated $11.
The AAFRC name has served us well as an organization for 70 years, but no longer aptly describes the scope of the work our member firms perform.
7 percent increase was the first positive growth after inflation since 2000, according to the Giving USA Foundation (formerly known as the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy).
Leo Arnoult, chair of the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, which publishes Giving USA, said organizations entered 2001 cautious about the economy.