Religion contributes to Utah being most charitable state in country, poll finds

by | Jun. 18, 2013

News from Utah

A new study by the Chronicle of Philanthropy places Utah as the most charitable state in the country.

“The Mormon tradition of tithing is a primary reason residents of this state well outpace those in every other place in America,” the bi-weekly newspaper wrote on its website.

As the study shows, there is a strong connection between religion and charitable donations.

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