The generosity of high-income French people is set to rise for 2022. This is revealed by the third edition of the international solidarity barometer, produced by Ipsos for the Apprentis d’Auteuil foundation, and which will be officially published on 12 may. In the first quarter of 2022, the number of people with high incomes who made a donation was up by more than 12 points compared to the same period in 2021: two thirds of this sample declared having made a donation since 1er January 2022 (compared to 51% in March 2021). And 82% say they intend to donate money this year (up from 77% in March 2021). For Stéphane Dauge, director of collection at the Apprentis d’Auteuil foundation, this new barometer allows us to be optimistic about the continued strong generosity of the French: “We saw during the health crisis and now with the war in Ukraine that major donors have a strong level of commitment. There is also a new surge of generosity among those under 35: one in two say they want to give in 2022.