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Nearly nine out of 10 U.S. Christians said being generous was ‘extremely’ or ‘very’ important, with nearly a third of them saying volunteering or serving others was the way they expressed their generosity, a survey found. […] Read More

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The two most generous nations are Indonesia and Australia, says a survey of adults, who were asked how often they donated money, volunteered their time or helped a stranger. […] Read More

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Volunteering and other hands-on ways of helping others are more likely to be seen as generous actions by U.S. adults over financial contributions, a report says. […] Read More

Personal relationship is the most common reason U.S. Protestant and nondenominational adults who attend church at least monthly donate to charitable causes, according to a LifeWay Research report published on April 17. Twenty-one percent of respondents said they donated because they “personally knew someone who worked at the charity” when asked what led them to […] Read More

Giving to religious organizations declined to 52 percent of U.S. adults in 2017, according to a Gallup report published on Dec. 21. This continues a 12-year trend. In 2005, a high of 64 percent of adults gave to religious charities, which declined to 59 percent by 2008, 55 percent by 2013 and 52 percent by […] Read More

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When is philanthropy problematic? This question has been on my mind in recent months as I’ve read books and watched films about three philanthropists who amassed wealth in dubious ways. 1. The case of Andrew Carnegie. “To the Stars through Difficulties” is a new book by Kansas author Romalyn Tilghman. I recently read Tilghman’s delightful […] Read More