2% assignation brings in €52 million

SLOVAK non-profit organisations and foundations received a total of €52.204 million in 2014 from the 2 percent that businesses and individuals can assign from their due corporate or individual taxes.

(Source: Sme)

In all, 11,805 non-profits received these contributions last year, the TASR newswire wrote.

The biggest amount – more than €3.376 million – was received by the Pontis Foundation, followed by J&T Foundation with more than €1.6 million, SPP Foundation with more than €1.1 million; Slovenská Sporiteľňa foundation with €827,641; the Association of Help for Challenged (ADELI) with €757,226; Plamienok (Little Flame) with €633,435 and Dobrý Anjel (Good Angel) with €499,167.

HP RACING TEAM received the smallest amount, just €3.25.

The average per organisation was €4,422.24,the spokeswoman of the Slovak Financial Administration, Patrícia Macíková, told TASR.

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