Faith and connection to culture define relationship between newer Canadians and charitable giving

New generations of Canadians more likely to say they should be doing more, though they already do January 16, 2018 – Canada is a nation of immigrants. As of the 2016 census, roughly one-in-five Canadians was born in another country.

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The Giving Gap: What stops Canadians from donating more to charitable organizations?

Legitimacy, effectiveness of charities a significant driver of why those who want to give more, don’t November 28, 2017 – After days of shopping their brains out in-store and online, Canadians will be prompted this Giving Tuesday to instead spend

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Black Friday and Charity: Are retailers really helping out or just cashing in?

Two-in-three Canadians say they’ve made a point-of-sale donation of $1 or $2 in the last year November 24, 2017 – As shoppers across North America line up outside big box stores before daybreak, crouch over laptops, and swarm their local

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Millennials and Giving: Finances, lack of confidence prevent many young people from donating to charity

Most under 35 view sharing or liking posts on social media as at least ‘fairly meaningful’ support December 6, 2017 – Anyone who spends time on the internet is familiar with the accusation: the millennial generation is on a rampage,

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