Colorado vs. Wyoming: Who Is More Charitable? Here’s Your Answer
New rankings show that Colorado and Wyoming are both extremely charitable states. But who gives back more? WalletHub recently ranked the most and least charitable states in the country, and one state nearly ranked number one.
Arizona was ranked the least charitable state, and Utah was ranked the most charitable state. Both Colorado and Wyoming ranked within the top 15, and one state was ranked the second most charitable state in the nation.
How The Ranking Was Created
In order to create an accurate ranking, WalletHub compared each state with two major factors in mind: volunteering and service and charitable giving. Volunteering dove into how much time is given per resident and what kind of volunteer work is needed.
Colorado vs. Wyoming: Who Is More Charitable?
According to the ranking, Wyoming is more charitable than Colorado. The Equality State is the second most charitable state across the country. That is something we should all applaud and appreciate.
Colorado was ranked as the 13th most charitable state in the country. Which yes, Wyoming is more charitable, but being 13th is still incredibly charitable.
Where Wyoming Dominates
Wyoming has the second-highest volunteer rate in the country. People from Wyoming take more time to enrich their community without making a profit from it.
Wyoming does more than donate their time. Wyoming is also among the nation's leaders in the percentage of donated income. Wyoming ranked fourth behind South Dakota, Utah, and Arkansas.
Wyoming is the second-most charitable state overall, with an impressive 39.2% volunteer rate, which is the second-highest in the country. When you consider that the state is the least populated in the nation, it may not be surprising to learn that it excels at providing many charitable giving options on a per-resident basis. - WalletHub
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