Why aren’t Canadians giving more?

News | November 28, 2017

Staff | Advisor.ca

While two-thirds of Canadians say they’re comfortable with their charitable contributions, 30% say they should be doing more, finds a poll by the Angus Reid Institute and CHIMP: Charitable Impact Foundation. What’s driving this gap between intention and action? A lack of financial means is a major factor for some. But legitimacy of the charity (54%) and doubt about whether dollars are effectively spent (58%) also loom large in the decision to give or not.

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