France has always been a source of inspiration for the arts, gastronomy, and fashion. It is also known and admired for the values of equality, fraternity and social justice which it has always conveyed. It is not surprising that its associative landscape is so varied and contributes so actively to social cohesion.
In fact, every year more than 30,000 new non-profits are born. Most of them exist thanks to the volunteering that is intrinsically part of French culture. Each carries a strong field of influence, and the latest studies reveal a fairly important trend of sports and cultural associations.
If the French know how to give their time, the latest trends reveal that they also know how to give their money and are rather loyal donors. Indeed, 60% of them entrust their donation to associations to which they had already contributed in the past. Average donations vary according to age and social affiliation, but it is around 395 euros and sometimes up to 1.8% of income.
In addition, French organizations and foundations enjoy both state and local tax benefits and grants. These reliefs act as partial or full funding toward project completion.
The Charidy Paris team welcomes you in its new offices in Rue du Colisee, Paris, and invites you to discover its unique and methodically executed concept! Using the complete line of Charidy’s global services, our local team can help you navigate the complexities of your donor network and exceed your own expectations.
Some of our Clients
A specialist in public fundraising and trained in French Non Profit Law, Anna joined our Fundraising Specialist team a few months ago. Anna runs our recently open Paris office.
Born and raised in France, Zalman left home at a young age to explore the world as a Yeshiva student. His experience gave him the tools to understand various cultures and organizations, communicate with different kinds of people, and keep up to date with the modern world. Zalman had his first contact with Charidy in 2017 when launching his own campaign to open a new Chabad House in Brossard Canada. He immediately fell in love with the concept and the team behind. He first worked as a freelancer to help individuals with their non-profit and plan their fundraising campaign. Finally he joined the Charidy team in 2018.