The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the development of digital philanthropy in Indonesia. Research on ‘Development of Indonesia’s Digital Donation Ecosystem (Digital Donation Outlook 2020)’ conducted by GoPay and Kopernik shows that the acquisition of digital donations during the pandemic has increased by 72%. Digital donation transactions using GoPay, for example, doubled during the pandemic. Meanwhile, the acquisition of donations from March to December 2020 reached IDR 102 billion. Another interesting finding shows that the millennials is the group who donates the most, while the issues that donors pay the most attention to are health and social protection.
In order to encourage the development of digital philanthropy in Indonesia, Filantropi Indonesia in collaboration with GoPay will discuss the results of this research at the Philanthropy Learning Forum (Online) with the theme ‘Digital Philanthropy in Indonesia: Prospects and Challenges for Its Development‘.
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