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Croatia Bottom of World’s Most Charitable Countries Index

CroatiaA drop in financial giving has made Croatia the second worst charitable nation in the world in the latest World Giving Index, the biggest annual global survey of giving which has just been published…

USA were ranked the most charitable nation in the world, followed by Canada in second place, Myanmar, New Zealand and Ireland in fifth. Croatia propped up the index, finishing in 133rd spot. The index is based on surveys in 135 countries by Gallup over the past year and looks at three measures of giving: the percentage of people who give money to charity, volunteer their time or help a stranger in a typical month. Click here to see full index.

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