SEARCH RESULTS FOR UNITED ARTS FUNDS IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 61 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): Davidson, Ben and Peck, Emily
Date of Publication: Dec 01, 2017

A Statistical Report on the Campaign Revenues of the Nation’s United Arts Funds during Fiscal Year 2016. Throughout the summer of 2017, the Americans for the Arts Private Sector Initiatives department solicited responses to the FY2016 United Arts Fund Campaign Survey. Surveys were distributed to a total of 45 united arts funds by email. Throughout the summer, non-responders were contacted by phone and/or via email to solicit their participation, including the option to participate in an abbreviated version. A total of 37UAFsparticipated in the survey.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Dec 01, 2016

Americans for the Arts conducts an annual survey of the United Arts Fund field for the purpose of providing the best possible benchmarking information about UAF fundraising and grantmaking. We publish annual statistical reports and provide up-to-date trend information on those UAFs that have consistently participated in the survey over the past ten years.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Apr 01, 2016

Americans for the Arts conducts an annual survey of the United Arts Fund field for the purpose of providing the best possible benchmarking information about UAF fundraising and grantmaking. We publish annual statistical reports and provide up-to-date trend information on those UAFs that have consistently participated in the survey over the past ten years.

Author(s): Bromels, Rebecca
Date of Publication: Apr 01, 2016

This workbook focuses on one of the many ways arts organizations can work with businesses: corporate arts challenges. Corporate arts challenges can be broadly defined asany event that encourages creative participation from business employees in any artistic discipline in a friendly competition. This can include battle of the band competitions, juried employee art shows, or team-based challenges that present groups with a problem that must be solved through innovation and teamwork.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2014

Americans for the Arts conducts an annual survey of the United Arts Fund field for the purpose of providing the best possible benchmarking information about UAF fundraising and grantmaking. We publish annual statistical reports and provide up-to-date trend information on those UAFs that have consistently participated in the survey over the past ten years.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2012

This one pager complied by Americans for the Arts gives an overview of the work of Untied Arts Funds. The nation's United Arts Funds (UAFs) raised a total of $96.4 million for the arts in fiscal year 2012.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Sep 01, 2011

Americans for the Arts conducts an annual survey of the United Arts Fund field for the purpose of providing the best possible benchmarking information about UAF fundraising and grant making. We publish annual statistical reports and provide up-to-date trend information on those UAFs that have consistently participated in the survey over the past ten years.

Author(s): Baker, Ramona A.
Date of Publication: Feb 01, 2009

This Monograph will consider the changes in United Arts Funds as they are being thrust into a larger community leadership role, their causes, and the ways in which the field is adapting.

Author(s): Cultural Alliance
Date of Publication: Oct 31, 2005

The Cultural Alliance of Greater Birmingham reports to its community about how the funds entrusted to them were dispersed.

Author(s): Abbott, Jon; Ellis, David W.; Hunter, Dan; McDermott, Charlie; McQueen, Ann; Nigreen, Bill; Peskin, Sarah, et al
Date of Publication: May 10, 2004

This publication is a result of a series of meetings held from April 2003 through March 2004 by the Cultural Task Force made up of leaders from the nonprofit, philanthropic, and corporate sectors whose job was to develop strategies that would enhance the revenues and resources available to Massachusetts’ nonprofit cultural organizations.

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