Millennials prefer to use their personal skills when giving to charity, the 2015 Millennial Impact Report, conducted by research agency Achieve, showed. Seventy-seven percent of millennial employees said they are more likely to volunteer if they can use a skill or expertise to benefit the cause.
"When a millennial gives an asset of any kind, including time, skills, networks and dollars, they view their assets as equal (value)," said Derrick Feldmann, president of Achieve and lead researcher of the Millennial Impact Project.
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