Monthly Archives: February 2010

Although I hear that things are slowly improving in the economy, I know from my interactions with many nonprofits that the struggle is far from over.  Individual giving (except for extraordinary efforts like Haiti relief) is stagnant.  Foundations are still … Continue reading

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Skimming through the The New York Times online video library, I happened upon a piece about a new type of orchestra born at Stanford University, and consequently, at many other places throughout the country: the iPhone Orchestra.  Not only can one make … Continue reading

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I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how nonprofit arts groups account for grant funds and other capital investments.  Everyone in the business sector understands the need for raising capital funds – through issuing stock or assuming debt – to … Continue reading

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