Teaching During the Pandemic Lockdown

Teaching During the Pandemic Lockdown

While many said being cooped up was awful, parents describe teaching in the lockdown as largely positive. In the spring of 2020, the COVID-19 virus kept children home from school in every state in the nation. More than 80 percent of governors asked people to stay...
Donors and the 2020 Election

Donors and the 2020 Election

One in ten donors (11 percent) say they’re giving more due to the upcoming 2020 Presidential election, according to an April survey of 630 US donors commissioned by Dunham+ Company and conducted by Campbell Rinker.  Regardless of whether a donor was conservative,...
Church Giving amid the Pandemic

Church Giving amid the Pandemic

Nearly two thirds of US churches (64%) saw their income decline during the first month of the worldwide COVID19 pandemic, according to the State of the Plate poll conducted in April 2020 among 1,091 US pastors and church staff members. Nearly one in five respondents...
Got Trust?

Got Trust?

The reasons Millennials offer for giving to a ministry instead of a similar secular nonprofit more often include ‘to share Christ’s love and grow His kingdom’ and ‘to serve both physical and spiritual needs.’  In contrast, Boomer, GenX...