States Where People Are Volunteering the Most

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5. Alaska
> Pct. who volunteer: 40.6%
> Total hours volunteered: 24.6 million
> Value of volunteer hours: $594.7 million
> Pct. who donated at least $25 to charity last year: 54.9%

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4. Iowa
> Pct. who volunteer: 41.5%
> Total hours volunteered: 56.2 million
> Value of volunteer hours: $1.3 billion
> Pct. who donated at least $25 to charity last year: 53.5%

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3. Oregon
> Pct. who volunteer: 43.2%
> Total hours volunteered: 177.7 million
> Value of volunteer hours: $4.2 billion
> Pct. who donated at least $25 to charity last year: 62.2%

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2. Minnesota
> Pct. who volunteer: 45.1%
> Total hours volunteered: 137.2 million
> Value of volunteer hours: $3.3 billion
> Pct. who donated at least $25 to charity last year: 64.7%

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1. Utah
> Pct. who volunteer: 51.0%
> Total hours volunteered: 133.9 million
> Value of volunteer hours: $3.2 billion
> Pct. who donated at least $25 to charity last year: 66.9%

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