Funding a Selected Group of Czech NGOs from Public Resources (v recenzním řízení)



Year of publication 2021
Type Article in Periodical
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Economics and Administration

Description Czech non-governmental non-profit organisations are often attributed to dependence on public resources. By analysing accounting data, this article describes the importance of public resources for the functioning of a selected group of homogeneous non-governmental non-profit organisations in the field of leisure and recreation that work with youth and children. Further, the factors influencing the amount of public funds allocated to these organisations are analysed on a sample of 404 NGOs. The key results of this research indicate that public resources undoubtedly represent an important source of financing and stability for the selected group of analysed organisations. If these resources became unavailable, the activities of those organisations could be limited, or the recovery of their assets prevented. The amount of public grants for a given group of organisations increases with the frequency of the younger membership base and the extent of an organisations’ economic results. The number of competing entities is also positively associated with the amount of public funds.
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