SEARCH RESULTS FOR FUNDRAISING IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 454 ITEMS FOUND
Author(s): Helmut K Anheier; Eve Garrow; Marcus Lam; David B Howard; Jocelyn Guihama
Date of Publication: Oct 09, 2006
The purpose of this study is to gain a clearer picture of arts funding in Los Angeles in the
context of the regions wider cultural economy, and to look longitudinally at how funding
flows and patterns have changed over the past five years.
Author(s): Washington State Arts Commission
Date of Publication: May 31, 2006
Washington State Arts Commission 2007-2011 Strategic Plan
Author(s): Carole Rosenstein
Date of Publication: Mar 05, 2006
Overview of nonprofit cultural heritage organizations in the and a snapshot of their structure, finances and programs.
Author(s): Massachusetts College of Art
Date of Publication: Mar 31, 2005
This Sustainability Plan has been reviewed and approved by President Katherine Sloan of Massachusetts College of Art (MassArt) on April 2005.
Author(s): National Endowment for the Arts
Date of Publication: Oct 07, 2004
This monograph explores the entire funding network and details how the financial system in the fosters artistic creativity and preserves artistic traditions.
Author(s): Clark, David L., Editor
Date of Publication: Sep 30, 2004
This handy reference book provides complete profiles of the 1,000 largest corporate foundations and corporate direct giving programs in the U.S -- the funding sources that represent nearly $3.6 billion in cash and non-monetary support annually. Included are more than 40 new corporate foundation profiles and expanded coverage of the 100 biggest givers, the top 100 companies and preselected giving lists. It also highlights, indexes and expands coverage of top-10 corporate givers for the previous year and lists the "Top-10" givers to arts and humanities, civic and public affairs, education,
Author(s): Clark, David L., Editor
Date of Publication: Jul 31, 2004
Published annually, this 10th edition of the directory is the most comprehensive source of information on the corporate philanthropic sector and their grantmaking activities. Background information on the funding organization and their sponsoring company is provided. This can be useful to grantseekers since corporate philanthropic programs are closely tied to the business practices of their parent companies.
Author(s): Wallace, Nicole; with contributions by Kerkman, Leah; Krauze, Stanley W.; and Moore, Cassie J.
Date of Publication: Jun 09, 2004
Online giving to the country's largest charities surged in 2003, as many groups posted double- and triple-digit percentage gains, according to The Chronicle' s fifth annual survey of online fund raising. Combined Internet donations to the 157 nonprofit groups that provided data for this year's survey topped $100-million.
Author(s): Hughes, Patricia and Luksetich, William
Date of Publication: May 31, 2004
Concern over the funding of nonprofit organizations has raised issues concerning the amount of money available for the provision of services and the potential that changes in the nature of funding will compromise organizational goals. Because of increased competition and government cutbacks, nonprofits will be forced to place more reliance on commercial ventures. This has the potential to negatively affect the behavior of recipient organizations. The question addressed in this article is whether greater reliance on private funding and commercial ventures will ultimately cause nonprofit arts
Author(s): The Foundation Center
Date of Publication: Apr 30, 2004
This 8th edition of the National Guide to Funding in Arts and Culture features essential information on over 9,600 foundations, corporate direct giving programs, and public charities with a demonstrated interest in the field. Each year these grantmakers award millions of dollars to theaters, museums, archaeology projects, orchestras, dance groups, and a variety of other arts and culture-related programs.