The chart below gives information on the percentage of British people giving money to charity by age range for the years 1990 and 2010.
The percentage of British people donating their money to charity by the range of age for the year 1990 and 2010 has been depicted in the chart. Overall, it is noticeable that the British people who giving their money to charity in the year 1990 are higher than in the year 2010.
In 1990, youngsters age 19 to 25 were the lowest percentage for contributing their money to the charity, it was around 17%. While, the greatest percentage was adult people age 36 to 50 at about 43%. Furthermore, these British people (age 36-50) in 2010 possessed same proportion to adult people age 51 to 65 in 1990 at 35%.
In 2010 however, the highest number of British people donating their money to the charity was adult age 51 to 65 at nearly 40%. Whereas, the youngster age 19 to 25 was the smallest percentage in which likewise in the year 1990, but the proportion was lower at only 7%.