Chronicle of Philanthropy Study Reveals Link between Religion and Charity Giving


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The Chronicle of Philanthropy, a newspaper that covers the philanthropic industry, has released a new study showcasing Utah as the most charitable state in the country.

The study presents there is a strong connection between religion and charitable giving. According to the findings, the most charitable states are the ones with high religiosity among residents.

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