Jean Case, philanthropist and investor, shares some findings from over a decade of research led by the Case Foundation.
The research, titled Millennial Impact Report: 10 Years Looking Back, has increased the understanding of how millennials connect, give and involve themselves with social and political causes, according to Case.
The Case Foundation has launched the Millennial Impact Project to learn more about the millennial generation and how they thought about doing good In collaboration with their partners at Achieve they surveyed more than 150,000 millennials over the decade .
Case points out that the release of Millennial Impact Report is the culmination of their decade-long focus on millennials and their attitudes toward social change.
Some takeaways from the report include millennials believe all assets are equal, are passionate about issues, not institutions, are influenced by their peers, support the greater good, not partisan politicking, believe in activism, and believe all actions matter, whether big or small. Read the Entire Article
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