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Multicultural & Newcomer Charitable Giving Study

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Multicultural & Newcomer Charitable Giving Study

This national study  -- one of the first in Canada to explore the influence of ethnicity on supporting charities -- offers a glimpse into the enormous giving potential that resides with newcomers to Canada and second-generation Canadians.

What are the giving and volunteering behaviours of newcomers to Canada and second-generation Canadians?How can charities and nonprofits better engage this growing demographic of Canadians? 

Read our report to find out!

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