Philanthropy report


In collaboration with Arton Capital, the global citizenship experts, Wealth-X presents the second annual edition of the Philanthropy Report.

The 2015 report is both revealing and timely — it uncovers differences in giving among ultra high net worth (UHNW) donor groups and highlights how the ultra wealthy are directly helping to address the refugee crisis in Europe.

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The Wealth-X and Arton Capital Major Giving Index rose to an all time high in 2014,
up 25% since 2004 and up 6.4% year-over-year.[/nextpage]

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At 73.2%, the majority of UHNW philanthropists are self-made.[/nextpage]

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UHNW philanthropists are, on average, over six years older than the typical UHNW individual.[/nextpage]

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Men outnumber women among philanthropists by an even wider margin than in the global UHNW population.
When looking at identified donors, men also give more over their lifetime.[/nextpage]

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Education remains the most popular cause that UHNW individuals donate to, followed by health.[/nextpage]

Philanthropy Spotlight: The Refugee Crisis


Global Citizen Tax Initiative

Calling for tax on residence and citizenship investor applications to provide funds to tackle the European refugee crisis.

Near East Foundation

Providing vulnerable and disenfranchised people in the Middle East and Africa with skills, training, and resources to fully engage and prosper in their own communities and economies.

The Amal Project

Transforming refugee camp experiences for children.

Positive Planet

Helping refuges across the world to create the conditions for a better world for the next generations.
The Arton and Wealth-X Philanthropy Report press release can be found here.

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