The World Giving Index has recently been published by Charities Aid Foundation.
The report highlights that nations give in different ways and that volunteering as a way of giving falls behind both giving money as well as helping a stranger, the two other ways highlighted as “giving”. Incidence of volunteering lies in a range from 2% in Cambodia to 61% in Turkmenistan.
The UK stands in 8th place out of 153 (not bad!) with 73% giving money, 58% helping a stranger and 29% volunteering.
Have a look at the index here. Are you surprised by some of the countries who are in the top ranking positions?