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A formative, family-friendly factoid from a recent study or survey in the news.
BY John Lilly
When it comes to caring for the less
fortunate, no one reaches into their pockets more readily than people who
practice a traditional religion. According to Syracuse University professor
Arthur Brooks, author of a new book on charitable giving, people of faith are
more likely to donate money than the non-faithful. And, when they do give, they
give four times more than the non-religious — even to non-religious charities.
Source: ABC News, Dec. 5