This is the ninth edition of the Capacity of NGOs survey. The Klon/Jawor Association launched it 20 years ago in 2002. Today, the long track record is helping us to capture past and future trends in Poland’s non-profit sector developments.
The Capacity of NGOs survey is the largest independent survey of foundations and associations in Poland. Each edition is based on a randomly selected sample to ensure representativeness and accuracy of findings that apply to all active in Poland non-governmental organisations. The latest edition of the survey is based on a stratified sample of 1,200 NGOs, capturing all types of entities and all sizes of their home community.
This report summarises key statistics that present the capacity of the Polish non-profit sector in 2021.
What can you learn about NGOs in Poland from the report?
- What is the total number of NGOs?
- What is the focus of NGOs?
- How much money do NGOs have?
- What are the sources of funding for NGOs?
- How do NGOs engage volunteers?
- Who do NGOs collaborate with?
- How has the pandemic affected NGOs?
- What are the challenges faced by NGOs?
The extended edition of the report includes many other statistics against the background of the findings of earlier survey editions as well as in-depth analysis and expert commentary to help you interpret the data.
Full, in-depth report is available only in Polish, and can be downloaded from this website >> kondycja.ngo.pl
More information on this research can be provided by the Research Department of Klon/Jawor Association: email@example.com
The Capacity of NGOs 2021 survey has been funded by the Polish American Freedom Foundation, the Stefan Batory Foundation and the National Freedom Institute – Centre for Civil Society Development under the 2014-2020 Civic Initiatives Fund Programme.