Florida is home to over 5,300 grantmaking foundations spanning all types—Private independent or family, corporate, community, and operating—sizes, and issue areas. In 2013, these grantmakers awarded just over $1.5 billion to charitable causes and held close to $25 billion in assets. Education, health, and human services were the top priorities of Florida grantmakers. Including bequests and giving by individuals, charitable giving by Floridians totaled $16.3 billion. This fact sheet summarizes the key findings from the report Giving in Florida, 2015.
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Title: Giving in Florida, 2015 (Highlights)
Publication date 2015-01-01
Publication Year 2015
, Florida Philanthropic Network
North America / United States (Southern) / Florida
, miami dade
, community foundation
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