The Changing Face of Giving in Chattanooga
Are millennials more generous than generations past? Nonprofits sure hope so.
In the early 1970s, baby boomers witnessed the dawn of a new Chattanooga. Thanks to environmental efforts, the industrial smog began to lift from the city deemed the most polluted in America just a few years prior. The surrounding mountains glowed green once again, giving locals a new sense of community pride and, consequently, reasons to invest in their city.