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DOES GENDER AND HOUSEHOLD INCOME AFFECT
THE AMOUNT OF MONEY DONATED TO CHARITY ?
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INTRODUCTION
• Previous research has identified that there are differences in
the likelihood of donating to charity between males and
females (Mesch, Brown, & Moore, 2011) This can be further
supported by Lee and Chang that females are more likely to
donate larger amounts than males(Lee & Chang, 2007).
• Auten and his colleagues suggested that there was a
positive correlation between household income and
amount of donation(Auten, Sieg, & Clotfelter, 2002).
Additionally, Ottoni-Wilhelm (Ottoni-Wilhelm, Vesterlund, &
Xie, 2014b) supported this rationale and believed that
person with higher household incomes may be more willing
to give more money, but person with lower household
incomes may be more resistant to donate money.
• It is hypothesised that gender and household income will
significantly affect the amount of donation when a natural
disaster strikes.

METHODS
• 620 participants took part in this study and only 518
participants were included for analysis. They were shown a
video presentation about a charity in Tuscaloosa, then
asked some personal questions and decide how much of
$100 they would like to donate to the charity. One in ten
participants were selected to receive $100, and all of them
were allowed to give any amount.
• Independent variables: Gender(259 males and 259 females)
and Household income(low-less than$19999, median-$20000
to $74999,high-more than $75000)
• Dependent variable: the amount of charitable donation($0
to $100)
• Methods: Factorial Repeated Measures ANOVA

RESULTS

There was no significant correlation found
between Age and The amount of
charitable donation, F(1,518)=0.154,
p=0.695.

There was a significant relationship with
Household Income and The amount of
charitable donation, F(2,518)=3,638,
p=0.027.

CONCLUSION
• In the previous literatures, females are more likely to
donate money than men, but it had the different
results in this study. Mainly because it was a terrible
disaster, a lot of people injured, both males and
females would likely to help them to get out of the
troubles.
• We got the same results as the prior literatures,
probably because people with higher household
income might have a larger discretionary income,
they would more likely to make charitable donations.

LITERATURE CITED
• Auten, G. E., Sieg, H., & Clotfelter, C. T. (2002).
Charitable Giving, Income, and Taxes: An Analysis of
Panel Data. The American Economic Review, 92(1),
371–382.
• Lee, Y.-K., & Chang, C.-T. (2007). WHO GIVES WHAT TO
CHARITY? CHARACTERISTICS AFFECTING DONATION
BEHAVIOR. Social Behavior and Personality: An
International Journal, 35(9), 1173–1180.
• Mesch, D. J., Brown, M. S., & Moore, Z. I. (2011).
Gender differences in charitable giving. Journal of
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing.
• Ottoni-Wilhelm, M., Vesterlund, L., & Xie, H. (2014b,
September). Why Do People Give? Testing Pure and
Impure Altruism. National Bureau of Economic
Research. https://doi.org/10.3386/w20497


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