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Infographic - The State of Philanthropy in North Macedonia in 2018

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Infographic for the Annual Report on the State of Philanthropy in North Macedonia in 2018.

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Infographic - The State of Philanthropy in North Macedonia in 2018

  1. 1. THE STATE OF PHILANTHROPY IN NORTH MACEDONIA IN 2018 581 €2.0M €2.3 recorded instances average donation per citizen estimated value of donations DONORS recorded instances recorded instances recorded sum recorded sum 46.1% 40.4% 7.4% 2.1% 0.9% 3.1% THEMES FOR GIVING healthcare support to marginalized groups poverty relief education other themes In 2018 Catalyst Balkans processed 4,711 reports on charitable giving in the Giving Balkans database. This represents mass individual giving, donations by companies and individuals for the development of their communities. In terms of the donor activity, this year’s results are similar to 2017 in the ranking of donors. The ratio of citizens (46.1%), companies (40.4%) and individuals (7.4%) feature only minor changes, where the percentages of corporate and individual donation instances experienced an increase, while the percentage of citizens’ participation was reduced. The four key themes that were supported in previous years remain at the top in 2018 as well: healthcare, support to marginalized groups, poverty relief and education. The percentage of all recorded instances that was directed to these themes adds up to 72.1%. 23.2% 19.8% 17.2% 11.9% 26.8% individuals/families nonprofit organizations institutions local/national government other local/national government institutions individuals/families nonprofit organizations other 48.7% 20.1% 19.9% 10.6% 0.7% References givingbalkans.org catalystbalkans.org RECIPIENT ENTITIES Some oscillation is visible in the slight reduction of percentage of donation instances for the most frequent recipients: individuals and families (31.2%) and for nonprofits as well (29.3%). A strong increase of support frequency is recorded in the percentage of instances toward the state (institutions in 25.1% and local and national governments featured in 12.9%) and for healthcare, as the number of instances directed towards health institutions has particularly increased. 31.2% 29.3% 25.1% 12.9% 1.5% 67.5% 12.1% 7.3% 4.2% 0.8% 8.1% mass individual corporate sector individuals mixed donors private foundations other corporate sector mass individual individuals private foundations mixed donors other

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