Survey Finds Majority of People Worldwide Want to Help Others in Need This Christmas Despite Difficult Year

World Vision volunteer helps serve a line of families waiting to receive food from the Fresh Food Box Program. The program has served over 840,000 Americans nationwide. | World Vision

Despite 2020 being a difficult year for people around the world, the majority of adults still want to help others and value the time they spend with family and friends, according to a new World Vision survey conducted in nine countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom.

The survey, conducted by YouGov PLC between Nov. 19 and Dec. 2 on behalf of the international humanitarian organization, found that 63% would prefer to receive a meaningful gift this Christmas that would help someone else rather than a traditional gift.

Further, 76% of people surveyed said it was important to focus on people in need of help this Christmas. And 70% also said the thought of spending time with family and friends this Christmas is what is bringing them hope.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Anugrah Kumar