"10 Most Compassionate Cities and States" Announced by YouCaring

Irving, Texas, is the most compassionate city; Louisiana is the top state

Dec 15, 2015, 05:20 ET from YouCaring

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- YouCaring, the global leader in free online fundraising (www.youcaring.com), today named "The 10 Most Compassionate Cities and States," highlighting the areas of the U.S. that best demonstrate the spirit of helping others and giving back.

YouCaring, which provides free crowdfunding for personal and charitable causes, such as medical expenses and disaster relief, ranked cities and states based on which areas created the most fundraising campaigns to help people in need.  

Irving, Texas, ranked as The Most Compassionate City, while Louisiana came in as The Most Compassionate State.

10 Most Compassionate Cities

  1. Irving, TX (suburb of Dallas-Fort Worth)
  2. Henderson, NV (suburb of Reno, NV)
  3. Orlando
  4. Atlanta
  5. Miami
  6. Tampa
  7. Nashville
  8. Pittsburgh
  9. San Francisco
  10. Cincinnati

10 Most Compassionate States

  1. Louisiana
  2. North Carolina
  3. Arizona
  4. Georgia
  5. South Carolina
  6. Texas
  7. Florida
  8. Alabama
  9. Colorado
  10. Oregon

"The spirit of giving is universal, and we see it every day across the thousands of fundraising campaigns on YouCaring's site," said Aimen Barma, Chief Marketing Officer of YouCaring. "These particular cities and states, however, display the utmost levels of compassion in creating fundraising campaigns that do so much to help those in need, raise people's spirits and touch the lives of others."

Where does your city or state rank for compassion?  

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YouCaring is the leader in free online fundraising for personal and charitable causes, such as medical expenses, education, kids and families, memorial and funerals, natural disasters and nonprofits.  Its community of worldwide donors is more than 4.5 million strong and has raised more than $335 million to date.

Leonard Lee 


SOURCE YouCaring