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Giving Montenegro: Philanthropy's Response to COVID-19 (January, 31)

Overnight, COVID-19 changed life and how our communities
function. From the beginning of the crisis to January 31, 2021, we processed data on 906 philanthropic instances in Montenegro.

This is how citizens, companies and nonprofits respond to the
crisis in solidarity.

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Giving Montenegro: Philanthropy's Response to COVID-19 (January, 31)

  1. 1. Overnight, COVID-19 changed life and how our communities function. From the beginning of the crisis to January 31, 2021, we processed data on 906 philanthropic instances in Montenegro. This is how citizens, companies and nonprofits respond to the crisis in solidarity. Supported by Implemented by givingbalkans.org From March 16 to January 31, 2021, a total of EUR 9,493,460 was donated to eliminate the harmful effects caused by the novel coronavirus in Montenegro. Amongst the donors, companies were the most agile and immediately reacted to the outbreak of the crisis. Business sector Mass giving (citizens) Individuals Private foundations Miscellaneous [% of recorded instances] [% of recorded sum] An upwards of 54% of all philanthropic instances are intended for the purchase of supplies and consumables. [% of recorded instances] More than 94 percent of the total donated amount is directed towards the state and public institutions. Institutions Individuals and families Local and national governments Nonprofit organizations Miscellaneous [% of recorded sum] [% of recorded instances] The beneficiaries are primarily general population, and people in economic need. Philanthropy’s Response to COVID-19 Value of donations Donors Use of donations Recipients Final beneficiaries 54.4% Supplies and consumables 18.3% Humanitarian aid 17.3% Equipment 9.9% Miscellaneous 45.1% 18.8% 16.7% 0.3% 19.1% 38.6% 11.7% 9.7% 0.5% 39.5% 19.3% 12.3% 46.5% 20.1% 1.9% 10.2% 0.8% 84.3% 4.5% 0.1% 23.5% Local communities 11.0% People with health issues 4.7% Minority communities 3.4% Miscellaneous 31.0% General population 26.4% People in economic need [% of recorded instances]

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