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The Golden Age of Private Philanthropy in Europe

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Jan Kroupa

on 13 March 2014

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The Golden Age of Private Philanthropy in Europe
Philanthropic giving in the Czech Republic,
Budapest, March 2014
Jan Kroupa

In 2012:
Individual donors
EUR 100 million
EUR 60 million in reported giving
120,000 reported donors
EUR 40 million in unreported giving – at least!
Corporate donors
EUR 100 million in reported giving
17,000 reported donors
+ sponsorship ?
The overal volume of philanthropic giving doubled since 2002
The growth has slowed down substantially:
3,5 % in 2012 - barely makes up for inflation (3,2 %)
Average individual gift 2008-2012 – fluctuation EUR 475 to EUR 500
Average individual gift 2004 = EUR 430
Average corporate gift 2008-2012 grew from EUR 5,000 to 6,000
Number of donors dropped
Reported giving involves 2,5 % of economically active individuals
Low income, mid income and high income individuals contribute about the same
vs. in the US: nearly 50 % from 5 % of the most wealthy
Greatest potential in the future?

Individual donors
Rich individual donors!
Golden age of philanthropy in Europe...
Greatest challenges/bariers:
Leadership worth following!
Vision worth while sharing!
Programs worth supporting!
Stewarship worth engaging!
Good news, ideas and examples:
First major donor campaign in the Czech Republic implemented.
Bequest gifts are becomming more frequent.
Willingness to give on-line (card payment) is on a rise.
Peer to peer fundraising and sponsored event fundraising is kicking in.
Certified re-training long-term educational fundraising program is in place.
Fundraising has become a household word to most CSOs.
Thank you so much!

Jan Kroupa
Czech Fundraising Center
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