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Growing Individual Giving: Learning from Experiences in Serbia, Czech Republic and Romania

What are the needs and interests of individual donors in Serbia, Czech Republic and Romania? Individual donors want to be part of the solution, argue the authors of this report, but they are seldom asked what they think. 

Using the "Most Significant Change" methodology, the report’s authors explore the levels of change observed and experienced by 24 individual donors to PACT Foundation (Romania), Trag Foundation (Serbia), and Via Foundation (Czech Republic) and to understand how and what such donors are looking for in terms of information from the organizations they support.

This work was published as part of a 2016 joint initiative of the GFCF and the WK Kellogg Community Philanthropy Chair at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy aimed at connecting research and practice to advance the field of global community philanthropy.

Author: Alice Teodorescu & Ioana Traista

Published by: PACT Foundation, Romania

Published: February 2017

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