Young People Are More Likely to Give Up Smartphones For Charity Than Any Other Age Group

Whoever keeps claiming that millennials are lazy self-centered needs to do their research, because this new study shows that young people are actually smarter – and more generous – than their older peers.

According to a survey conducted by the Charity Commission of the UK, youths gave an average of $42 to charity during the holiday season – which was more than their older counterparts.

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Over half of polled youngsters also said that they regularly performed quick background checks on the charities they were donating to so they could ensure financial transparency and reliability. That number fell to 29% for…

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