The economic downturn took a toll on how much money wealthy families donated to charity in 2009, with average gift amounts tumbling by 35% from 2007, according to a Bank of America study released on Tuesday.
And giving as a percentage of income also fell, with high net worth households contributing just over 9% of their income to charities in 2009, down from 11% in 2007.
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