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The long-term viability of Canada’s charitable sector depends on higher donation rates among younger and new Canadians, according to a study released today by the Rideau Hall Foundation (RHF) in partnership with Imagine Canada. The report, titled 30 Years of Giving in Canada, examines charitable donations and giving patterns from 1985 to 2014. The study finds donors aged 50 and older account for nearly three quarters (74%) of all donations, while those 70 and older make up 30% of gifts. The research also reveals donations are declining across all age categories and the pool of older Canadians giving higher donations is shrinking. Key findings related to the future of philanthropy:
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