Corporate Giving Survey (2012)

National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC)’s Corporate Giving Survey 2012 found that many respondents gave: 2 in 3 contributed to non-profit organisations in Singapore. The top motivation for giving was “charitable instincts”, followed by “benefit company’s bottom line”. Cash donations were the most common form of giving, with $12,000 as the median cash donation amount in 2011. The study also found the top attribute considered before giving to a non-profit organisation (NPO) was past performance of the NPO in achieving its mission.

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National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC)’s Corporate Giving Survey 2012 found that many respondents gave: 2 in 3 contributed to non-profit organisations in Singapore. The top motivation for giving was “charitable instincts”, followed by “benefit company’s bottom line”. Cash donations were the most common form of giving, with $12,000 as the median cash donation amount in 2011. The study also found the top attribute considered before giving to a non-profit organisation (NPO) was past performance of the NPO in achieving its mission.

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