The share of public funds in total revenue of non-governmental organisations had been decreasing until 2017, when it finally increased slightly in comparison to the previous year for the first time in five years. The share of public funds in 2017 was 35.57%. The growth continued in 2018 in 2019, when the share of public funds was 37.71%. This is 2,29% less than in 2010, when the share of public funds was 40,01%. Around 62% of funds originate in other sources, such as donations, memberships, sales revenue etc. Based on the share of public funds, Slovenia is not comparable to other EU countries, where, according to the latest major Johns Hopkins International Comparative Study from 2013, the average share of funds from public sources in total NGO income is 58.0% (the global average was 32,2%).