Millennials are more committed to volunteering to make a difference than any other age group, according to our national survey looking at attitudes towards volunteering across the UK. Their survey showed of 2,001 UK adults showed that under 35s volunteer more than any other generation, with over a quarter of 25-34 year olds (25%) currently giving up their time for charities, meanwhile just over one in eight respondents aged 45-54 (13%). The findings also revealed that only 1 in 12 people aged 16-24 said volunteering doesn’t interest them, however one in five respondents aged 55 admitted volunteering doesn’t interest them. The survey also shows that young people are more likely to lend a hand if they can receive experience from it. Forty percent of respondents aged 16-24 say they volunteer to gain new skills and experience, compared to a much smaller amount (18%) of those 55 and over.