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Study: Women across nearly every income level give significantly more to charity than men
Los Angeles Times: According to a new study by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, women give almost twice as much to charity as men.
"Women across nearly every income level gave significantly more to charity than men, nearly twice as much in some cases, according to a study by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University.
Nonprofits have long suspected that women were the driving forces behind many of the gifts they receive, but they haven't had much proof. But the results of this study are so decisive and consistent, they can stop wondering, said Debra Mesch, director of the university's Women's Philanthropy Institute."