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1 6/17/2010 Oklahoma City Profile - Volunteering in information on volunteering and civic engagement Volunteering in Oklahoma City, OK Statistics for this area were collected within the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). Oklahoma City, OK is the only major city included in this MSA. Highlights: The bullets below are all based on an average using 2007 to 2009 data 356,000 volunteers 33.9% of residents volunteer - ranking them 5th within the 51 large cities 53.2 hours per resident - ranking them 2nd within the 51 large cities $1.2 billion of service contributed To see more information about the community factors that may influence Oklahoma City's volunteer rate, click here To see other data available for your area, including young adult volunteer rates, click the customize button. To design your own charts that compare different areas, click the compare button. Trends and Highlights Based on single year data (2009) and pooled data ( ) Despite the economic crisis, the national volunteer rate w ent up to 26.8 percent in 2009, w ith 63.4 million volunteers donating approximately 8.1 billion hours of service in communities across the country. The volunteer retention rate in Oklahoma City is 65.9 percent, compared to the national rate of 65 percent. On an annual average, volunteers in Oklahoma City contributed 53.2 service hours per resident (based on data). volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /Oklahom 1/3

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3 6/17/2010 Oklahoma City Profile - Volunteering in Tools Greater Attachment to the Community Encourages Volunteering Indicators such as homeownership and the number of multiunit dwellings, help determine whether residents have a long-term commitment and attachment to their communities. Data show that as the rate of homeownership increases the volunteer rate also tends to increase. Nationally, 66.6% of individuals own their home. In Oklahoma City, 65.8% own their home. Conversely, communities with a large percentage of multi-unit housing, such as apartment buildings and condominiums, have lower volunteer rates. Nationally, 32.4% of individuals live in multi-unit housing, while Oklahoma City has a rate of 25.8%. National Service National service refers to the Corporation's National Service programs: Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, Learn and Serve America, and other programs and initiatives. Participants in these programs address community needs such as education, the environment, public safety and disaster relief. Add Widgets to Your Site Add Volunteering in America widgets to your website or blog. Widgets include state ranking View all widgets. Learn more This is an official w ebsite of the U.S. Government Last Updated: April 27, 2008 volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /Oklahom 3/3

4 6/17/2010 Factors that Influence information on volunteering and civic engagement Factors that Influence Oklahoma City Greater Attachment to the Community Encourages Volunteering Indicators such as homeownership and the number of multiunit dwellings, help determine whether residents have a long-term commitment and attachment to their communities. Data show that as the rate of homeownership increases the volunteer rate also tends to increase. Nationally, 66.6% of individuals own their home. In Oklahoma City, 65.8% own their home. Conversely, communities with a large percentage of multiunit housing, such as apartment buildings and condominiums, have lower volunteer rates. Nationally, 32.4% of individuals live in multi-unit housing, while Oklahoma City has a rate of 25.8%. Long Commutes Can Curtail Opportunities to Volunteer Long commutes can be expected to reduce the time and opportunity individuals have to connect to organizations in their communities, thus reducing average volunteer rates. Nationally, commuters travel on average just over 25 minutes to work. In Oklahoma City, commuters travel on average 22 minutes to work. Volunteering Rises with Education For states and large metropolitan areas, as the education level increases, the likelihood of volunteering also rises. At a national level, 85.0% have a high school diploma or GED equivalent and 27.7% have a college degree. In Oklahoma City, 87.1% have a high school diploma or GED equivalent and 26.4% have a college degree. Volunteering is Less Common in High Poverty Areas Poverty is another socioeconomic characteristic that tends to be strongly associated with lower volunteer rates. However, it is difficult to determine whether high poverty rates reduce the overall propensity to volunteer, whether high volunteering in a community leads to a reduction in poverty, or if both effects occur. At a National level, the poverty rate is 13.2 percent. Oklahoma City has a poverty rate of 14.4%. Higher State Unemployment Related to Lower Volunteering As shown in the Volunteering in America 2010 Issue Brief, states with high rates of unemployment usually have low volunteer rates. While theorists have ideas as to the basis of this relationship, more research is needed to determine a cause. In 2009, the national unemployment rate was 8.5%. In Oklahoma City, the unemployment rate was 5.4%. Lower in Cities with High Foreclosures In general, higher foreclosure rates are expected to have an impact on volunteering rates; that is, it would not be unexpected if higher foreclosure rates in a city corresponded with lower volunteer rates. In 2009, we see the evidence. Cities with high foreclosure rates tend to have a corresponding lower volunteering rate. For more information, see the Volunteering in America 2010 Issue Brief. In Oklahoma City, the foreclosure rate changed by percentage points between 2008 and 2009 (Foreclosure data used for this analysis was provided by RealtyTrac). The Capacity of a Community's Associations Impacts Communities with higher nonprofits per capita are likely to have higher volunteer rates. As the number of nonprofits per 1,000 city residents increases, the volunteering rate also increases. At a national level, there are an average of 4.45 nonprofit organizations per 1,000 residents. Oklahoma City has, on average, 4.19 volunteeringinamerica.gov/factors.cfm 1/2

5 6/17/2010 Factors that Influence nonprofits per 1,000 city residents. «Return to Profile This is an official w ebsite of the U.S. Government Last Updated: April 27, 2008 volunteeringinamerica.gov/factors.cfm 2/2

6 information on volunteering and civic engagement - Large Cities Compare Export States Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult College Student Teenage Large Cities Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult Mid-size Cities Volunteer Hours Per Resident volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 1/3

7 Volunteer Rate: Between 2007 and 2009, the average national volunteer rate was 26.5% per year. During the same timeframe, average volunteer rates for large cities ranged from 14.8% to 37.4%. Rankings are based on a three-year moving average. RA CITY STATE Minneapolis-St Paul Minnesota 37.4 % Read More 2 Portland Oregon 37.1 % Re ad More 3 Salt Lake City Utah 35.8 % Re ad More 4 Seattle Washington 34.9 % Re ad More 5 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 33.9 % Re ad More 6 Hartford Connecticut 33.1 % Re ad More 7 Kansas City Missouri 32.0 % Read More 8 Columbus Ohio 31.9 % Re ad More 9 Washington District of Columbia 31.1 % Read More 10 St. Louis Missouri 30.5 % Read More 11 Rochester New York 30.4 % Read More 12 Denver Colorado 30.2 % Re ad More 13 Milw aukee Wisconsin 30.0 % Read More 14 San Francisco California 29.9 % Re ad More 15 Cincinnati Ohio 29.6 % Re ad More 16 Baltimore Maryland 29.4 % Re ad More 16 San Jose California 29.4 % Re ad More 18 Indianapolis Indiana 29.2 % Re ad More 19 Charlotte North Carolina 28.2 % Re ad More 19 Dallas Texas 28.2 % Re ad More 21 Louisville Kentucky 27.8 % Re ad More 22 Birmingham Alabama 27.7 % Re ad More volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 2/3

8 22 Cleveland Ohio 27.7 % Re ad More 24 Atlanta Georgia 27.6 % Re ad More 25 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 27.5 % Re ad More 26 San Diego California 27.2 % Re ad More 27 Buffalo New York 27.1 % Read More 28 Tampa Florida 26.6 % Re ad More 29 Detroit Michigan 26.5 % Re ad More 30 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 26.0 % Re ad More 30 Virginia Beach Virginia 26.0 % Re ad More 32 Sacramento California 25.7 % Re ad More 33 Jacksonville Florida 25.6 % Re ad More 34 Boston Massachusetts 25.5 % Re ad More 35 Memphis Tennessee 25.4 % Re ad More 36 Austin Texas 25.3 % Re ad More 37 Nashville Tennessee 25.1 % Re ad More 38 Chicago Illinois 24.0 % Re ad More 39 Phoenix Arizona 23.9 % Re ad More 40 Houston Texas 23.8 % Re ad More 40 Providence Rhode Island 23.8 % Re ad More 42 Richmond Virginia 23.2 % Re ad More 43 Raleigh North Carolina 23.0 % Re ad More 44 New Orleans Louisiana 22.6 % Read More 45 Orlando Florida 21.6 % Re ad More 46 San Antonio Texas 21.3 % Re ad More 47 Los Angeles California 20.8 % Read More 48 Riverside California 18.7 % Re ad More 49 Las Vegas Nevada 17.5 % Read More 50 New York New York 15.9 % Read More 51 Miami Florida 14.8 % Re ad More This is an official w ebsite of the U.S. Government Last Updated: April 27, 2008 volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 3/3

9 information on volunteering and civic engagement - Large Cities Compare Export States Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult College Student Teenage Large Cities Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult Mid-size Cities Volunteer Hours Per Resident volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 1/3

10 : Between 2007 and 2009, the average national volunteer hours per resident was 34.4 hours. During the same timeframe, average volunteer hours per resident ranged from 20 to 60.8 hours for large cities. Rankings are based on a three-year moving average. RA CITY STATE Salt Lake City Utah 60.8 Read More 2 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 53.2 Re ad More 3 Baltimore Maryland 48.3 Read More 4 Portland Oregon 48.2 Read More 5 Seattle Washington 44.1 Read More 6 Minneapolis-St Paul Minnesota 43.9 Read More 7 Columbus Ohio 43.4 Read More 8 Tampa Florida 43 Read More 9 Washington District of Columbia 42.9 Read More 10 Rochester New York 42.3 Read More 11 Indianapolis Indiana 40.9 Read More 12 Denver Colorado 40.4 Read More 13 Virginia Beach Virginia 40.1 Re ad More 14 Atlanta Georgia 39.5 Read More 15 San Diego California 38.6 Re ad More 16 Sacramento California 38.1 Read More 17 Hartford Connecticut 37.8 Read More 18 St. Louis Missouri 37.6 Read More 19 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 37.4 Read More 20 Detroit Michigan 37.1 Read More 21 Phoenix Arizona 36.4 Read More 22 San Jose California 36.3 Re ad More volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 2/3

11 23 San Francisco California 36 Re ad More 24 Kansas City Missouri 34.8 Read More 25 Milw aukee Wisconsin 34.5 Read More 26 Richmond Virginia 34 Read More 27 Dallas Texas 33.4 Read More 28 Houston Texas 32.7 Read More 29 Charlotte North Carolina 32.4 Re ad More 30 San Antonio Texas 32.1 Re ad More 31 New Orleans Louisiana 31.7 Read More 32 Nashville Tennessee 31.4 Read More 32 Orlando Florida 31.4 Read More 34 Austin Texas 31 Read More 35 Jacksonville Florida 30.9 Read More 36 Birmingham Alabama 30.2 Read More 37 Riverside California 29.5 Read More 38 Buffalo New York 29.3 Read More 39 Boston Massachusetts 29 Read More 40 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 28.9 Read More 41 Memphis Tennessee 28.7 Read More 42 Los Angeles California 28.5 Read More 43 Cleveland Ohio 28.4 Read More 44 Louisville Kentucky 28.2 Read More 45 Chicago Illinois 27.9 Read More 46 Providence Rhode Island 27.8 Re ad More 47 Cincinnati Ohio 25.9 Read More 48 Raleigh North Carolina 24 Re ad More 49 Las Vegas Nevada 23.3 Read More 50 New York New York 21.7 Read More 51 Miami Florida 20 Read More This is an official w ebsite of the U.S. Government Last Updated: April 27, 2008 volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 3/3

12 information on volunteering and civic engagement Older Adult - Large Cities Compare Export States Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult College Student Teenage Large Cities Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult Mid-size Cities Volunteer Hours Per Resident volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 1/3

13 Older Adult Volunteer Rate: Between 2007 and 2009, the average national volunteer rate was 23.7% per year. During the same timeframe, average Older Adult volunteer rates for large cities ranged from 9.5% to 38.5%. Rankings are based on a three-year moving average. Raleigh, NC was not included in the Older Adult Volunteer Rate rankings due to sample size issues. RA CITY STATE Minneapolis-St Paul Minnesota 38.5 % Read More 2 Salt Lake City Utah 36.5 % Re ad More 3 Rochester New York 36.3 % Read More 4 Dallas Texas 32.4 % Re ad More 5 Baltimore Maryland 30.9 % Re ad More 5 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 30.9 % Re ad More 7 St. Louis Missouri 30.5 % Read More 8 Portland Oregon 29.8 % Re ad More 9 Hartford Connecticut 28.5 % Re ad More 10 San Diego California 28.0 % Re ad More 11 Washington District of Columbia 27.9 % Read More 12 Seattle Washington 27.6 % Re ad More 13 Indianapolis Indiana 27.1 % Re ad More 14 Columbus Ohio 26.2 % Re ad More 15 Denver Colorado 25.7 % Re ad More 15 Phoenix Arizona 25.7 % Re ad More 17 Milw aukee Wisconsin 25.1 % Read More 18 Tampa Florida 25.0 % Re ad More 19 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 24.7 % Re ad More 20 Virginia Beach Virginia 24.6 % Re ad More 21 Kansas City Missouri 24.5 % Read More 22 Houston Texas 24.1 % Re ad More volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 2/3

14 23 Atlanta Georgia 23.7 % Re ad More 24 Louisville Kentucky 23.4 % Re ad More 25 Memphis Tennessee 23.0 % Re ad More 26 Richmond Virginia 22.4 % Re ad More 27 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 22.0 % Re ad More 27 Sacramento California 22.0 % Re ad More 27 San Francisco California 22.0 % Re ad More 30 Cincinnati Ohio 21.7 % Re ad More 31 Austin Texas 21.2 % Re ad More 32 Boston Massachusetts 21.0 % Re ad More 33 Jacksonville Florida 20.9 % Re ad More 34 Charlotte North Carolina 20.7 % Re ad More 35 Detroit Michigan 19.5 % Re ad More 36 Chicago Illinois 19.4 % Re ad More 37 Buffalo New York 18.9 % Read More 38 San Antonio Texas 18.4 % Re ad More 39 Nashville Tennessee 18.1 % Re ad More 40 Orlando Florida 17.8 % Re ad More 41 Providence Rhode Island 17.7 % Re ad More 42 Los Angeles California 17.5 % Read More 43 Birmingham Alabama 17.3 % Re ad More 43 Riverside California 17.3 % Re ad More 45 Cleveland Ohio 16.7 % Re ad More 46 San Jose California 15.5 % Re ad More 47 Las Vegas Nevada 15.1 % Read More 48 New York New York 14.9 % Read More 49 Miami Florida 10.5 % Re ad More 50 New Orleans Louisiana 9.5 % Read More This is an official w ebsite of the U.S. Government Last Updated: April 27, 2008 volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 3/3

15 information on volunteering and civic engagement Baby Boomer - Large Cities Compare Export States Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult College Student Teenage Large Cities Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult Mid-size Cities Volunteer Hours Per Resident volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 1/3

16 Baby Boomer Volunteer Rate: Between 2007 and 2009, the average national volunteer rate for Baby Boomers was 29.7% per year. During the same timeframe, average Baby Boomer volunteer rates for large cities ranged from 18% to 40.4%. Rankings are based on a three-year moving average. RA CITY STATE Minneapolis-St Paul Minnesota 40.4 % Read More 2 Portland Oregon 39.8 % Re ad More 3 Salt Lake City Utah 39.7 % Re ad More 4 Seattle Washington 39.4 % Re ad More 5 Charlotte North Carolina 37.5 % Re ad More 6 Hartford Connecticut 36.9 % Re ad More 7 Denver Colorado 36.8 % Re ad More 8 Columbus Ohio 36.7 % Re ad More 9 San Jose California 36.4 % Re ad More 10 Washington District of Columbia 36.1 % Read More 11 Rochester New York 35.5 % Read More 12 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 35.3 % Re ad More 13 Milw aukee Wisconsin 34.7 % Read More 14 Austin Texas 34.2 % Re ad More 15 Cincinnati Ohio 33.8 % Re ad More 16 Cleveland Ohio 33.5 % Re ad More 17 Kansas City Missouri 33.4 % Read More 18 Memphis Tennessee 33.3 % Re ad More 19 San Francisco California 33.2 % Re ad More 20 St. Louis Missouri 33.1 % Read More 21 Sacramento California 33.0 % Re ad More 22 Baltimore Maryland 32.4 % Re ad More volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 2/3

17 22 Louisville Kentucky 32.4 % Re ad More 24 Buffalo New York 31.9 % Read More 25 Atlanta Georgia 31.6 % Re ad More 26 Virginia Beach Virginia 31.5 % Re ad More 27 Indianapolis Indiana 31.4 % Re ad More 28 Boston Massachusetts 30.8 % Re ad More 28 San Diego California 30.8 % Re ad More 30 Dallas Texas 30.7 % Re ad More 31 Jacksonville Florida 30.2 % Re ad More 32 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 29.8 % Re ad More 33 Detroit Michigan 29.2 % Re ad More 34 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 28.1 % Re ad More 35 Birmingham Alabama 28.0 % Re ad More 35 Chicago Illinois 28.0 % Re ad More 35 Nashville Tennessee 28.0 % Re ad More 38 New Orleans Louisiana 27.4 % Read More 39 Providence Rhode Island 26.5 % Re ad More 40 Phoenix Arizona 26.1 % Re ad More 41 Houston Texas 26.0 % Re ad More 42 Richmond Virginia 25.3 % Re ad More 43 San Antonio Texas 25.2 % Re ad More 44 Tampa Florida 25.1 % Re ad More 45 Orlando Florida 24.9 % Re ad More 46 Los Angeles California 23.9 % Read More 47 Riverside California 21.0 % Re ad More 48 Raleigh North Carolina 20.5 % Re ad More 49 Las Vegas Nevada 19.0 % Read More 50 New York New York 18.5 % Read More 51 Miami Florida 18.0 % Re ad More This is an official w ebsite of the U.S. Government Last Updated: April 27, 2008 volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 3/3

18 information on volunteering and civic engagement Young Adult - Large Cities Compare Export States Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult College Student Teenage Large Cities Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult Mid-size Cities Volunteer Hours Per Resident volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 1/3

19 Young Adult Volunteer Rate (ages 16-24): Between 2007 and 2009, the average national volunteer rate was 21.6% per year. During the same timeframe, average Young Adult volunteer rates for large cities ranged from 13.6% to 37.2%. Rankings are based on a three-year moving average. Jacksonville, FL; Nashville, TN; New Orleans, LA; and Raleigh, NC were not included in the Young Adults Volunteer Rate rankings due to sample size issues. RA CITY STATE Salt Lake City Utah 37.2 % Re ad More 2 Kansas City Missouri 33.7 % Read More 3 Seattle Washington 31.3 % Re ad More 4 Minneapolis-St Paul Minnesota 31.1 % Read More 5 Milw aukee Wisconsin 30.7 % Read More 6 Portland Oregon 29.8 % Re ad More 7 Tampa Florida 29.7 % Re ad More 8 Hartford Connecticut 27.6 % Re ad More 9 Washington District of Columbia 26.8 % Read More 10 San Francisco California 26.2 % Re ad More 11 Columbus Ohio 26.1 % Re ad More 12 Cincinnati Ohio 26.0 % Re ad More 13 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 25.7 % Re ad More 14 Boston Massachusetts 24.6 % Re ad More 15 Charlotte North Carolina 24.2 % Re ad More 16 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 23.7 % Re ad More 16 San Diego California 23.7 % Re ad More 16 St. Louis Missouri 23.7 % Read More 19 Indianapolis Indiana 23.6 % Re ad More 20 Buffalo New York 23.5 % Read More 20 Sacramento California 23.5 % Re ad More volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 2/3

20 22 San Jose California 23.2 % Re ad More 23 Richmond Virginia 22.9 % Re ad More 24 Atlanta Georgia 22.6 % Re ad More 25 Cleveland Ohio 22.5 % Re ad More 26 Rochester New York 22.3 % Read More 27 Dallas Texas 22.2 % Re ad More 28 Birmingham Alabama 21.6 % Re ad More 29 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 21.3 % Re ad More 30 Providence Rhode Island 21.1 % Re ad More 31 Phoenix Arizona 21.0 % Re ad More 32 Baltimore Maryland 20.8 % Re ad More 33 Chicago Illinois 20.5 % Re ad More 34 Denver Colorado 20.3 % Re ad More 35 Virginia Beach Virginia 20.2 % Re ad More 36 Louisville Kentucky 19.8 % Re ad More 37 Detroit Michigan 19.6 % Re ad More 38 Los Angeles California 18.2 % Read More 39 Orlando Florida 16.7 % Re ad More 40 Memphis Tennessee 16.0 % Re ad More 41 Las Vegas Nevada 15.8 % Read More 42 Houston Texas 15.5 % Re ad More 42 Riverside California 15.5 % Re ad More 44 Miami Florida 14.9 % Re ad More 45 Austin Texas 14.8 % Re ad More 46 San Antonio Texas 13.8 % Re ad More 47 New York New York 13.6 % Read More This is an official w ebsite of the U.S. Government Last Updated: April 27, 2008 volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 3/3

21 information on volunteering and civic engagement - Large Cities Compare Export States Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult College Student Teenage Large Cities Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult Mid-size Cities Volunteer Hours Per Resident volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 1/3

22 : Between 2007 and 2009, the average national volunteer rate for Millennials was 21.2% per year. During the same timeframe, average Millennial volunteer rates for large cities ranged from 11.9% to 33.2%. Rankings are based on a three-year moving average. RA CITY STATE Salt Lake City Utah 33.2 % Re ad More 2 Kansas City Missouri 32.8 % Read More 3 Portland Oregon 32.5 % Re ad More 4 Milw aukee Wisconsin 30.1 % Read More 4 Minneapolis-St Paul Minnesota 30.1 % Read More 4 Seattle Washington 30.1 % Re ad More 7 Tampa Florida 29.2 % Re ad More 8 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 28.1 % Re ad More 9 Washington District of Columbia 26.9 % Read More 10 Columbus Ohio 25.4 % Re ad More 11 Cincinnati Ohio 25.1 % Re ad More 11 San Francisco California 25.1 % Re ad More 13 Hartford Connecticut 24.9 % Re ad More 14 Buffalo New York 24.4 % Read More 14 Cleveland Ohio 24.4 % Re ad More 16 Charlotte North Carolina 23.7 % Re ad More 16 San Jose California 23.7 % Re ad More 18 St. Louis Missouri 23.4 % Read More 19 Birmingham Alabama 23.3 % Re ad More 19 Boston Massachusetts 23.3 % Re ad More 19 San Diego California 23.3 % Re ad More 22 Atlanta Georgia 22.8 % Re ad More volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 2/3

23 23 Dallas Texas 22.5 % Re ad More 24 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 22.2 % Re ad More 25 Virginia Beach Virginia 21.7 % Re ad More 26 Indianapolis Indiana 21.6 % Re ad More 26 Raleigh North Carolina 21.6 % Re ad More 26 Richmond Virginia 21.6 % Re ad More 29 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 21.1 % Re ad More 30 Phoenix Arizona 21.0 % Re ad More 31 Sacramento California 20.9 % Re ad More 32 Baltimore Maryland 20.8 % Re ad More 33 Denver Colorado 20.6 % Re ad More 34 Chicago Illinois 20.3 % Re ad More 35 Providence Rhode Island 19.9 % Re ad More 36 Rochester New York 19.8 % Read More 37 Detroit Michigan 19.5 % Re ad More 38 Jacksonville Florida 19.4 % Re ad More 39 Louisville Kentucky 18.0 % Re ad More 40 Los Angeles California 17.6 % Read More 41 Orlando Florida 16.8 % Re ad More 42 Houston Texas 16.1 % Re ad More 43 Memphis Tennessee 16.0 % Re ad More 44 Austin Texas 15.6 % Re ad More 45 Riverside California 14.9 % Re ad More 46 Las Vegas Nevada 14.5 % Read More 47 Miami Florida 14.1 % Re ad More 48 Nashville Tennessee 14.0 % Re ad More 49 New Orleans Louisiana 13.6 % Read More 50 New York New York 12.2 % Read More 51 San Antonio Texas 11.9 % Re ad More This is an official w ebsite of the U.S. Government Last Updated: April 27, 2008 volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 3/3

24 information on volunteering and civic engagement - Large Cities Compare Export States Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult College Student Teenage Large Cities Older Adult Baby Boomer Young Adult Mid-size Cities Volunteer Hours Per Resident volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 1/3

25 Volunteer Retention: The average national volunteer retention rate was 65%. For large cities, the average volunteer retention rate ranged from 43.5% to 75.4%. Visit the technical note for more information on how the volunteer retention rate was determined. Buffalo, NY; Jacksonville, FL; New Orleans, LA; Raleigh, NC; and Rochester, NY were not included in the volunteer retention rankings due to sample size issues. RA CITY STATE Minneapolis-St Paul Minnesota 75.4 % Read More 2 Columbus Ohio 74.9 % Re ad More 3 Louisville Kentucky 74.4 % Re ad More 4 Seattle Washington 73.9 % Re ad More 5 Portland Oregon 73.0 % Re ad More 6 Milw aukee Wisconsin 72.6 % Read More 7 Salt Lake City Utah 70.9 % Re ad More 8 Cleveland Ohio 70.7 % Re ad More 8 Washington District of Columbia 70.7 % Read More 10 Baltimore Maryland 70.0 % Re ad More 11 St. Louis Missouri 69.3 % Read More 12 Phoenix Arizona 68.8 % Re ad More 13 San Francisco California 67.7 % Re ad More 14 Denver Colorado 67.6 % Re ad More 15 San Jose California 67.4 % Re ad More 16 Dallas Texas 66.8 % Re ad More 17 Houston Texas 66.7 % Re ad More 17 Sacramento California 66.7 % Re ad More 19 Cincinnati Ohio 66.6 % Re ad More 20 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 66.5 % Re ad More 20 San Antonio Texas 66.5 % Re ad More volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 2/3

26 22 Hartford Connecticut 66.3 % Re ad More 23 Detroit Michigan 65.9 % Re ad More 23 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 65.9 % Re ad More 25 Virginia Beach Virginia 65.1 % Re ad More 26 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 64.4 % Re ad More 27 Birmingham Alabama 62.9 % Re ad More 27 Kansas City Missouri 62.9 % Read More 29 Nashville Tennessee 62.4 % Re ad More 30 Orlando Florida 62.1 % Re ad More 31 Las Vegas Nevada 61.4 % Read More 31 Providence Rhode Island 61.4 % Re ad More 33 Boston Massachusetts 60.6 % Re ad More 33 Charlotte North Carolina 60.6 % Re ad More 35 San Diego California 60.4 % Re ad More 36 Richmond Virginia 60.3 % Re ad More 37 Indianapolis Indiana 60.2 % Re ad More 38 Memphis Tennessee 59.5 % Re ad More 39 Chicago Illinois 59.2 % Re ad More 40 Austin Texas 57.3 % Re ad More 41 Atlanta Georgia 56.3 % Re ad More 42 Tampa Florida 56.2 % Re ad More 43 Los Angeles California 55.3 % Read More 44 New York New York 53.8 % Read More 45 Riverside California 51.8 % Re ad More 46 Miami Florida 43.5 % Re ad More This is an official w ebsite of the U.S. Government Last Updated: April 27, 2008 volunteeringinamerica.gov/ /2009 3/3

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