Case Foundation report uncovers evidence that, despite crippling school loan debt, millennials are turning out to be pretty generous donors, and want to get hands dirty.
"While previous generations may have been motivated to volunteer or donate by their companies, millennials are much more likely to be influenced by their peers than by their supervisors, 65 percent to 44 percent. And only 11 percent had their donation deducted from their paycheck, a method that for older generations was often considered the standard way to give at the office. That’s according to the latest Millennial Impact Report, one of a series by the research group Achieve and sponsored by the Case Foundation, looking at what charitable causes millennials support and what influences this generation to give away their time and money." -- Brigid Schulte, the Washington Post