From what I've seen in my 20 plus years living in south Texas, people here can be some of the most generous I've ever known. Take for example our recent St. Jude Radiothon where you guys donated over $34,000 to help fight cancer in just 2 days! Amazing. That's why the following is a surprise to me.

According to the financial website WalletHub, Texas is one of the last charitable states in the nation.

Comparing statistics including volunteer rates, the amount of money donated and a few others, the Lone Star State came in at a lowly 45 out of 50 states. At least we beat out Arizona, Lousiana, Nevada, Rhode Island and Hawaii. Who was the number one most charitable? Utah.

See the full report here.