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Did You Know?

Generosity Makes Us Happier

MRI scans show that giving releases mood boosting chemicals like dopamine, oxytocin, and endorphins. The book, The Paradox of Generosity, points out that Americans who volunteer an average of 5.8 hours a month describe themselves as “very happy” while those who volunteer only 0.6 hours a month describe themselves as “unhappy.”

Less is More

According to IRS data, the people who are most likely to give money to help others are the people who have the least earnings. Those in the lower and middle income brackets were the most generous with their money.

Generosity Increases Our Lifespan

Researchers say that a generous lifestyle is just as beneficial as medication and exercise in reducing blood pressure. A study on volunteerism and mortality concluded that people who volunteered for two or more causes had a 63% lower mortality rate than those who didn’t volunteer.


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