Tulsa is widely credited as being among the country’s most generous cities, and a recent study confirms the claim. Tulsa ranked No. 10 on SmartAsset’s list of “Places Where Americans Give the Most to Charity.”

More than 22% of 2016 tax returns from Tulsa residents reported charitable contributions, with contributions representing more than 3% of reported income. In 2016, the Tulsa metro had the eighth-highest average charitable contribution at $9,247, according to this study.

Provo-Orem, Utah, ranked No. 1 on Smart Asset’s list; Oklahoma City ranked No. 25.

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