As per a 2017 report, India’s willingness to donate has risen 6-fold. This is due to not only higher GDPs and rising incomes. but also increasing levels of awareness facilitated by instant access to information via the internet. With more Indians willing to donate to charity, it has been noticed that giving back renders a strong sense of satisfaction and fulfilment. These donations are powering a wave of social transformation across the most backward communities of India, and also giving people an opportunity to experience the many positive effects of donating money to charity.

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