January 12, 2022

French donors increasingly favour helping locally

While average annual donation values fell slightly among the French last year, almost two thirds made as many donations as in the previous year, with local […]
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 […]
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

Nonprofit income is recovering, but pandemic takes its toll on sector workforce, survey reveals

Charitable income is on the rise as nonprofits continue to adapt and innovate to overcome the challenges of the global pandemic, according to a new report released today […]
December 8, 2021

Austrians more willing to donate legacy gifts

The number of Austrians open to leaving a charitable gift in their Will is on the rise, according to new data indicating that the number of […]
December 8, 2021

‘Perfect storm’ sees 3 in 4 UK charity leaders fearing staff burnout

A new study for the Law Family Commission on Civil Society has found that three-quarters of charity leaders in the UK are worried that staff are […]