Budgets were reported for 20% of editing workshops, the average workshop budgeted $38 USD.
Of the 141 editing workshops included in this report, budgets were reported in 20% of events (28 workshops). Budgets ranged between 0 to $8,321.18 USD; 9 events reported a budget of zero and the average editing workshop budget was $38.33 USD.
Hours input by staff and volunteers were reported for 21% of events and the average hours input for a workshop was 14.
Wikimedia staff hours spent on an event were reported for 18% of workshops (25 events). Staff hours ranged from 0.0 to 120.0 hours, and the average number of staff hours input was 9.0.  Similarly, volunteer hours were reported for 21% of events (29 workshops). Volunteer hours ranged from 0.0 to 240.0 hours and averaged 9.0.  Overall, 21% of events reported either one or both types of input hours (30 workshops). Organizer hours ranged from 1.0 to 360.0 and the average was 13.5.
Of the 24% of editing workshops for which data was available, 71% received donated resources in some form. The most common donated resources were (1) meeting space and (2) materials or equipment.
Out of the 24% of editing workshops for which data on donated resources were submitted (34 events), 71% (24) received a donation in some form. As illustrated in the graph below, meeting space was the most common donated resource, used by 71% of editing workshops. The next most common was materials or equipment (47%), followed by prizes or giveaways (35%) and food (26%).
Use of donated resources.
All of the 34 workshops that reported on donated resources used some sort of donated resource. Most used a donated meeting space, about half used donated materials or equipment, roughly a third used donated prizes, and about a quarter used donated food.