World Vision Holiday Giving Survey

Eight in Ten (84%) Canadians would rather receive a meaningful holiday gift that would help someone else rather than a traditional gift like socks or sweaters

One third (32%) of Canadians plan to give a charitable gift in the name of someone on their list this year

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Toronto, ON - A new Ipsos Reid survey conducted on behalf of World Vision Canada finds that eight in ten (84%) Canadians would prefer to receive a meaningful gift that would help someone else this holiday season rather than another traditional gift, like socks or a sweater. And while Canadians appreciate receiving holiday gifts...

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World Vision Holiday Giving Survey

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