States Where People Are Volunteering the Most

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15. Vermont
> Pct. who volunteer: 36.0%
> Total hours volunteered: 16.1 million
> Value of volunteer hours: $390.1 million
> Pct. who donated at least $25 to charity last year: 53.6%

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13. Maryland
> Pct. who volunteer: 36.3%
> Total hours volunteered: 181.9 million
> Value of volunteer hours: $4.3 billion
> Pct. who donated at least $25 to charity last year: 58.3%

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13. South Dakota
> Pct. who volunteer: 36.3%
> Total hours volunteered: 18.9 million
> Value of volunteer hours: $457.8 million
> Pct. who donated at least $25 to charity last year: 52.2%

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12. Kansas
> Pct. who volunteer: 36.5%
> Total hours volunteered: 61.1 million
> Value of volunteer hours: $1.4 billion
> Pct. who donated at least $25 to charity last year: 65.1%

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10. North Dakota
> Pct. who volunteer: 37.4%
> Total hours volunteered: 15.6 million
> Value of volunteer hours: $377.8 million
> Pct. who donated at least $25 to charity last year: 62.6%

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