Individual Giving And Subjective Well-Being (2013)

A national study about giving (volunteering and donating) and subjective well-being in Singapore found that 66% of givers had high levels of subjective well-being compared to 45% of non-givers. This is also the first time the relationship between givers’ intention to give in future and their experience with non-profit organisations (NPOs) was examined; these findings have implications on volunteer and donor management. This study is part of NVPC’s Individual Giving Survey 2012.

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A national study about giving (volunteering and donating) and subjective well-being in Singapore found that 66% of givers had high levels of subjective well-being compared to 45% of non-givers. This is also the first time the relationship between givers’ intention to give in future and their experience with non-profit organisations (NPOs) was examined; these findings have implications on volunteer and donor management. This study is part of NVPC’s Individual Giving Survey 2012.

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