January 12, 2022

Germany’s flood year prompts record donations

Germans donated around €3.8 billion between January and September in 2021 – the year of the country’s flood disaster, according to a survey for the German […]
January 12, 2022

Romanian businesses urged to participate in corporate tax relief scheme

ARC Romania and EY Romania have launched a project to boost awareness of a corporate tax relief scheme that benefits the country’s nonprofits. Over 600,000 companies […]
January 12, 2022

Patrick Gibbels: The French Presidency of the EU – what’s in store?

With France officially taking over the rotating Presidency of the EU Council on New Year’s Day, our public affairs columnist Patrick Gibbels takes a look at […]
December 16, 2021

Giampiero Giacomel: Do public funds displace or encourage private philanthropic donations?

With nonprofits often receiving support from public funds, many studies have attempted to uncover whether there’s any impact on private philanthropic donations. Managing Director of Cultural […]
December 8, 2021

Fundraising Europe: Issue 62, December 2021. Nonprofit Pulse survey reveals pressure of rising workloads

Welcome to our final edition for 2021! Along with our monthly round-up of fundraising news, we unveil the findings from the 2021 Nonprofit Pulse survey and […]
December 8, 2021

Fundraising Norway urges government to protect tax deductions for donors

Fundraising Norway is calling on the country’s government to reconsider a proposal to halve the maximum tax deduction for donations to charitable organisations from 50,000 NOK […]