Grantmaking, giving, and social advocacy organizations 2019

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2019 Market Research Information Data Report for producers of Grantmaking, giving, and social advocacy services

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Establishments promoting causes associated with human rights either for a broad or specific constituency. Establishments in this industry address issues, such as protecting and promoting the broad constitutional rights and civil liberties of individuals and those suffering from neglect, abuse, or exploitation; promoting the interests of specific groups, such as children, women, senior citizens, or persons with disabilities; improving relations between racial, ethnic, and cultural groups; and promoting voter education and registration. These organizations may solicit contributions and offer memberships to support these causes. Illustrative Examples: Civil liberties organizations Senior citizens’ advocacy organizations Human rights advocacy organizations Veterans’ rights organizations
Establishments promoting the preservation and protection of the environment and wildlife. Establishments in this industry address issues, such as clean air and water; global warming; conserving and developing natural resources, including land, plant, water, and energy resources; and protecting and preserving wildlife and endangered species. These organizations may solicit contributions and offer memberships to support these causes. Illustrative Examples: Animal rights organizations Natural resource preservation organizations Conservation advocacy organizations Wildlife preservation organizations Humane societies
Establishments raising funds for health related research, such as disease (e.g., heart, cancer, diabetes) prevention, health education, and patient services. Illustrative Examples: Disease awareness fundraising organizations Health research fundraising organizations Disease research (e.g., heart, cancer) fundraising organizations Voluntary health organizations
Establishments social advocacy (except human rights and environmental protection, conservation, and wildlife preservation). Establishments in this industry address issues, such as peace and international understanding; community action (excluding civic organizations); or advancing social causes, such as firearms safety, drunk driving prevention, or drug abuse awareness. These organizations may solicit contributions and offer memberships to support these causes. Illustrative Examples: Community action advocacy organizations Substance abuse prevention advocacy organizations Firearms advocacy organizations Taxpayers’ advocacy organizations Peace advocacy organizations
This U.S. industry comprises establishments (except voluntary health organizations) primarily engaged in raising funds for a wide range of social welfare activities, such as educational, scientific, cultural, and health. Illustrative Examples: Community chests United fund councils Federated charities United funds for colleges
This U.S. industry comprises establishments known as grantmaking foundations or charitable trusts. Establishments in this industry award grants from trust funds based on a competitive selection process or the preferences of the foundation managers and grantors; or fund a single entity, such as a museum or university. Illustrative Examples: Community foundations Philanthropic trusts Corporate foundations, awarding grants Scholarship trusts Grantmaking foundations