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  • Boomers are making big charity donations
  • Boomers are making big charity donations
    Janssem Cardoso (2015) ©
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Boomers are making big charity donations

Boomers are reinventing their retirements by focusing a substantial part of this life stage on giving back to society. But they're not just posting a cheque or dropping some coins in a bucket – they're giving out their time as well as their cash to causes they feel passionately about.

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