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What Type of Giver Are You? To Do the Most Good, Find Your Giving Personality

Just as there is a difference between working at a job only for the money and working because it ignites a passion, serving because you think "it's the right thing to do" is not nearly as satisfying as serving because you love it.

There are limitless ways to serve, but only a handful will fit your personality. Identifying your "giving personality" and taking steps to contribute in ways that resonate with your core values can dramatically

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