2015 America's Charities Snapshot


Research Abstract
2015 America's Charities Snapshot

For more than a decade, America’s Charities has reported on trends, attitudes and perceptions in employee workplace giving, and we are sharing our latest findings with Snapshot 2015, released on December 10, 2015.

Snapshot 2015 dives into the top trends of employee engagement and workplace giving regarding:

  1. Volunteerism
  2. Employee recruitment and retention strategies
  3. Leadership involvement
  4. Influence of young professionals
  5. Increasing expectations among small and mid-size companies
  6. Corporate-nonprofit alignment of goals

Every year, millions of people across America are invited to participate in an activity that has become a Fall tradition for generations of employees working at many of the nation’s largest employers: the Employee Charitable Giving Campaign. 

The impact of employee giving campaigns on charitable organizations and the people and communities they serve cannot be understated. Workplace giving campaigns generate over $4 billion annually—much of which is unrestricted, sustainable support that enables charitable organizations serve communities throughout the nation.

For the last decade, America’s Charities, a national proponent for effective employee engagement programs, has commissioned research to identify current trends, attitudes and perceptions in employee workplace giving.


America's Charities
December 2015