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Connected to Give: Report shows American Jews make charitable bequests "nearly twice as often" as those of other faiths.

"American Jews provide for charities in their wills nearly twice as often as people of other faiths, a new study shows. The Jews most likely to make bequests to charities — and not just Jewish ones — practiced some aspect of Jewish tradition, including attending synagogue services or visiting Israel, according to Connected to Give: Jewish Legacies today, the first in a series of reports based on data from the National Study of American Jewish Giving." -- the Jewish Daily Forward

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