By The Barna Group
Although some recent economic news offers positive signs, the donor landscape continues to show little indications of improvement. In the wake of the poor economy, many American donors have cut back on donations to churches and especially to other non-profit organizations, and they have become more pessimistic about the future of economic recovery. These are a few of the conclusions of a new Barna research study. The findings are based upon a nationwide sample of 1,008 American adults, conducted in January and early February, 2010.
Here are links to each of the three parts of this insightful research:
Part 1 - Churches are Down 7% in 2009
Part 2 - How Churches Have Adapted
Part 3 - Donors Reduce Giving
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