Abundance Starts With Giving

Category: The Art of Giving

Altruism does exist. And it makes sense in the theory of evolution, too!

Altruism does exist. And it makes sense in the theory of evolution, too!

We have all wondered at one time or the other if altruism or selflessness really exists. While there are evolutionary…

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Should millennials feature in your nonprofit’s fundraising strategy?

Should millennials feature in your nonprofit’s fundraising strategy?

Millennials are often labeled as selfish and self centered. With such negative perspectives prevalent about the young generation, should nonprofits…

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On National Kindness Day, British charity reveals 56% of their countrymen experienced random acts of kindness

On National Kindness Day, British charity reveals 56% of their countrymen experienced random acts of kindness

In just five months, it would be twenty years since Princess Diana’s death. British charity The Diana Award that celebrated…

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A country’s happiness levels also depend on the generosity of its people

A country’s happiness levels also depend on the generosity of its people

Earlier this week, Monday to be specific, the world observed the International Day of Happiness. The United Nations releases an…

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The paradox of generosity: A ‘fake’ good act does you no good

The paradox of generosity: A ‘fake’ good act does you no good

Through the last several weeks, all of our #SaturdayScience blog posts spoke about the benefits of kindness and generosity. However,…

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Kindness Curriculum found to improve kids’ academic performance

Kindness Curriculum found to improve kids’ academic performance

to integrateIn a previous post, we spoke about how scientists proved kindness can be taught to kids. Today, we tell…

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Generosity can help you find favor with canines and apes

Generosity can help you find favor with canines and apes

Did you know that your pet dog can actually ‘sniff’ the level of your generosity? In fact, that is the…

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Spending money on public good lights up brain’s pleasure centre

Spending money on public good lights up brain’s pleasure centre

Any money that one spends on greater public good makes one as satisfied as fulfilment of basic needs, according to…

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Poor people are more charitable than the rich?

Poor people are more charitable than the rich?

The concept of crowdfunding is based on the fact that smaller donations from people are more forthcoming than big bucks…

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The need to be generous is universal!

The need to be generous is universal!

Many of our past #ScienceSaturday posts speak about the science behind being generous. While most studies haveĀ a few hundred or…

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