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    77% of Millennial donors have smart phones, and 75% gave a financial gift in 2011. Are you reaching out to this generation? via The Millennial Impact Report 2012: Key Findings

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i truly hate when Millenial students are called lazy and entitled. There are always going to be people like that - let's not label an entire generation of hard-working young adults who have grown up in a different era. (b. 1981 - 2000s)