Arizona Named The Least Giving State By A Recent Study
As Giving Tuesday just wrapped up yesterday, people across the U.S. offered their time, money, resources and help to those in need — but apparently not so much in Arizona.
According to a WalletHub study that looked at a variety of factors, Arizona ranked dead last on a list ranking states on how charitable and giving they are.
Arizona ranked in the 46th spot for the percent of the population who donated time, only ahead of Mississippi, Rhode Island, Nevada and Kentucky. Arizona also ranked in the 48th spot for the percent of charities per capita and percent of population collecting/distributing food.
Weighing the categories together, the study placed Arizona overall at position No. 50.
Minnesota, Utah and Maryland were named the overall most charitable states.
Click here to read the full study.