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The report examines data from the COVID-19 Sector Benchmark and digs deeper into trends in philanthropy since the start of the pandemic. Across our cohorts, the overall revenue generated through individual giving has declined. Is this decline universal across all audience types, or has the drop been more significant in certain types? Has there been an impact on average gift size?
As the number of Americans testing positive for COVID-19 continues to grow, optimism for
a 2020 in-person return to performances sharply fell for U.S. arts and culture leaders.
The September study reveals 23% of U.S. organizations expect to perform to in-person
audiences in 2020, compared to 61% in the initial June study.
Data always inspires me. It highlights trends and sparks ideas. Our recently released
report, “Individual Donations - Is
New Philanthropic Income Replacing Lost Ticket Income?” from our COVID-19 International Benchmark, was
especially illuminating. It is the first major study to document the economic impact of
donation revenue during COVID-19. In this blog post, I outline five inspirations I took
away from the report.