Key IssuesDonor Privacy
Donor privacy is a part of our nation’s long-standing tradition of philanthropic freedom and is protected under the Constitution. The freedom to give privately helps enable our vibrant and diverse charitable culture that benefits all Americans.
September 13, 2023
Preserving Philanthropic Freedom: Nonprofits, Donor Privacy and Political Engagement
September 7, 2023
Philanthropy Roundtable Submits Response to House Ways and Means Committee Inquiry
Donor Privacy: A Constitutional Right for American Givers
Privacy in association fundamentally protects the voice of those with minority views. Yet, regulators and lawmakers in states throughout the country and in Congress are considering imposing restrictions on private giving, at a time when technology and social media make forced disclosure even more dangerous to givers, their loved ones and their livelihoods.
Donor Privacy Resources
Unheralded Generosity: A 50-State Look at Anonymous Giving
Philanthropy Roundtable Applauds Supreme Court Decision to Uphold Donor Privacy
All Americans should be free to give to causes they care aboutLearn More