58%

of actively religious U.S. adults say they are also active in at least one other kind of voluntary organization, such as a charity group, sports club, or labor union

Source: Pew Research Center
Additional Information: The "actively religious" are those who identify with a religion and attend religious services at least once per month. The voluntary organizations include nonreligious charity groups, sports clubs and labor unions, among others.

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