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GiveWell’s 2022 metrics report – The GiveWell Weblog


In 2022, the newest yr for which information is accessible and analyzed, GiveWell raised the most important amount of cash in our historical past, over $600 million. We thank our donors for persevering with to belief us to search out and suggest extremely cost-effective giving alternatives. The next desk summarizes our funds raised and our funds directed to packages in metrics yr 2021 and 2022.1GiveWell’s metrics yr runs from February 1 by means of January 31 of the next yr; the 2022 metrics yr ran from February 1, 2022, to January 31, 2023.

2021 2022 Y/Y Progress
Funds Raised $595,489,935 $602,889,435 1%
Funds Directed2In 2022, as in 2021, we raised extra funds than we directed. For extra on this, see the funds directed part beneath. $529,426,944 $439,391,294 -17%

For extra data on our 2022 funds raised, funds directed, operational bills, and donor metrics, see our affect web page and our full metrics report.

A observe on timing

This put up covers funds raised and directed in our metrics yr 2022 (spanning February 1, 2022 to January 31, 2023). Our metrics report is often printed no less than six months after the shut of the metrics yr as a result of we have to acquire information on donations we affect from third events after which cross-check that information to make sure we aren’t double-counting any funds. This yr we had been moreover delayed by competing inner priorities.

Funds raised

In 2022, we raised barely extra funding than throughout 2021, and considerably greater than prior years.3Word that the chart refers to our historic funds raised. The figures for 2020 and earlier seek advice from our “cash moved,” which tracked the funding that was each raised and directed in a given yr. We at the moment are reporting on funds raised and funds directed individually, which we consider is easier and clearer.

We’re excited by a seamless pattern of donors trusting GiveWell to allocate their donation (e.g., by giving to one among our Giving Funds) as a substitute of selecting to limit their donation to a selected charity. In 2022, GiveWell determined learn how to allocate 91% of the funds we raised, in comparison with 86% the prior yr.

Funds directed

2022 Funds directed by class 2021 2022 Y/Y Progress
Funds directed to charities $518,111,475 $425,224,570 -18%
Funding directed to present and former high charities $328,221,262 $342,811,054 5%
Funding directed to different organizations and packages $189,890,213 $82,416,516 -57%
GiveWell’s operations $11,315,469 $14,166,724 25%
Whole $529,426,944 $439,391,294 -17%

Word that our funds directed is decrease than our funds raised. The funds we raised that weren’t directed (as of the top of the 2022 metrics yr) embody:

  • Funds from Open Philanthropy that can be used for grantmaking in future years.
  • “Contingency funds” dedicated to charities below explicit grant agreements however solely paid out below sure situations of the grant.
  • High Charities Fund and All Grants Fund donations raised in a given metrics yr however allotted within the following yr (these seem as funds directed within the yr they’re allotted).4These funds from 2022 had been allotted as of July 2023.
  • Unrestricted funds raised in a given metrics yr however not spent on operations or granted out to charities in that yr.

Organizations and packages supported in 2022

The desk beneath reveals the organizations and packages that obtained no less than 1% of the overall funding we directed in 2022, together with each funding we allotted and funding designated by donors for particular organizations. You may see the complete checklist of packages we supported in 2022 on pages 15 and 16 of our metrics report.

Funds disbursed by recipient group
Group + Program Whole %
Malaria Consortium – seasonal malaria chemoprevention $123,492,587 29%
Helen Keller Worldwide – vitamin A supplementation $83,031,678 20%
New Incentives – conditional money transfers for immunization $69,887,506 16%
In opposition to Malaria Basis – long-lasting insecticide-treated nets $26,517,637 6%
GiveDirectly – unconditional money transfers $16,531,693 4%
Proof Motion – maternal syphilis screening and therapy $15,000,000 4%
The Alliance for Worldwide Medical Motion (ALIMA) – malnutrition therapy $13,455,542 3%
Sightsavers – deworming $12,395,769 3%
Clinton Well being Entry Initiative (CHAI) Incubator $10,443,685 3%
Proof Motion – Deworm the World Initiative $10,135,235 2%
Proof Motion – iron and folic acid supplementation $9,185,495 2%
PATH – pilot of perennial malaria chemoprevention $6,226,000 2%
Proof Motion – in-line chlorination $5,605,712 1%
MiracleFeet – clubfoot therapy $5,210,581 1%
31 different organizations and packages $18,105,450 4%

We’re very grateful for the donations that supported these packages in 2022 and look ahead to reporting again subsequent yr about our 2023 funds raised and directed.

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