Utah, known for its high Mormon population, is the most charitable state, according to a recent report by personal-finance website WalletHub.

Utah ranked first for highest volunteer rate, highest percentage of donated income and highest percentage of population who donate time.

Charitable was defined in the report as “volunteering and service” and “charitable giving." Wallethub looked at factors such as community-service requirements for high school graduation and public charities per capita.

Maryland, Minnesota and Wyoming followed Utah as among the top charitable states. Illinois was the top state for percentage of the population who donate money. West Virginia was No. 1 for the percentage of population collecting and distributing food. Vermont has the highest charities per capita, according to WalletHub.

Hawaii received the lowest overall ranking, also coming in last for percentage of people collecting and distributing food.

The website used data from a variety of groups, including the U.S. Census Bureau, US Department of Housing and Urban Development, Internal Revenue Service, Feeding America and Gallup.

Most charitable:

1. Utah

2. Maryland

3. Minnesota

4. Wyoming

5. Wisconsin

6. Washington

7. Virginia

8. South Dakota

9. Georgia

10. Oklahoma

Least charitable:

50. Hawaii

49. Rhode Island

48. Nevada

47. Louisiana

46. Arizona

45. Texas

44. Florida

43. California

42. Montana

41. Kentucky