The recent increase in individual giving to select nonprofits "reflects public concerns over the fate of those organizations" under the new administration, according to John List, Chairman of the University of Chicago Department of Economics, in a recent interview together with Katherina Rosqueta, founding executive director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania. "Groups of people … have a unity of vision that they would never would have had absent that shock that just happened in the election," says List. The surge in donations "sends...a sign that Americans view [the election results] in a very serious way and it is very important to them to step up and take account of what is going on in our economy.”

Read the full story and listen to the podcast featuring List and Rosqueta at http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/how-trumps-election-boosted-some-nonprofits/ #GivingTuesday

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