Asked by: George Najaf
How much does Wikipedia get in donations?
What percentage of donations actually go to the cause?
So, on average, about 67 percent of the funds raised went to the charity, and 33 percent went to the fundraisers.
Do you get anything for donating to Wikipedia?
Unfortunately, popularity does not give you money, advertisements do. While you must have scrolled excellently through the page, few notice that Wikipedia does not show advertisements. The site is a non-profit and its mission, as per its founders, is to ensure that everyone can share and access free information.
Is the Wikipedia donation legit?
Is Wikipedia scam real? The fundraising campaign run by Wikimedia Foundation is reportedly legitimate, however, we are not sure about the ‘call-to-action used by the organisation that refers to defending its “Independence”.
What is the income of Wikipedia?
|Products||Wikipedia, MediaWiki, Wikibooks, Wikidata, Wikimedia Commons, Wikinews, Wikiquote, Wikisource, Wikispecies, Wikiversity, Wikivoyage, Wiktionary|
|Revenue||US$162.9 million (2021) 129.2 million (2020)|
|Expenses||US$111.8 million (2021) 112.5 million (2020)|
How much money does it take to run Wikipedia?
For context, it costs the site $25 million each year to run.
What is the average donation amount?
The average annual charity donation for Americans in 2020 was $737, according to Giving USA.