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[Infographic] CECP's 'Giving in Numbers' Brief

May 24, 2014

This week's infographic summarizes findings from CECP's (formerly the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy)  2013 Giving in Numbers report. Instead of disseminating key takeways from the report as a "brief," CECP decided to put them into an infographic. What do you think? Is it a better presentation for this kind of information? Is it easier to share or embed in your own posts/tweets/FB updates? Share your thoughts in the comments setion below. And for a Powerpoint presentation of the report's findings, click here.

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