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Interesting information, thanks for publishing it.
I'm confused by having only data and no narrative (perhaps I missed on another page): although "Foundation giving" rose markedly over the last five years, how much of that is DAF or family foundation giving, and what gifts came through those entities to charitable segments. Foundation giving these days is not really "charitable giving"; it's really just a holding tank for the money until it's directed by the donor.
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