What's on Deck This Month
- Announcements and Alerts
- Private Coaching at the Arts Management Institute
- Did You Know?
- Tip of the Month
Quinn Associates is pleased to offer several new arts administration services to the performing arts community in addition to its standard institutional fundraising services. Remember, all services begin with a FREE consultation. Click on the service for more information:
- Bookkeeping Services
- Individual Donor Campaign
- Donor Database Development
- Meeting Facilitation
- CA Cultural Data Project Preparation & Update
- Strategic Planning and Business Planning
Don't miss a fundraising deadline, Quinn Associate's Master Deadline Calendar is posted on the fundraising page. Contact Quinn Associates about writing and polishing your grant application to get that competitive edge!
On demand coaching with Quinn Associates staff in topics of fundraising, budgeting, communications, branding, and grantwriting are available in coaching sessions of $100 per hour. Contact AMI at email@example.com to arrange appointments.
The Greenwall Foundation has closed its funding to emerging artists, after nearly 20 years of grant making in this area. The Foundation's grantmaking will now focus solely on building and enriching the Greenwall Faculty Scholars Program in Bioethics.
The support this foundation offered and the hand it played in shaping the landscape of new and boundary pushing artists and organizations was unparalleled. Their efforts are an inspiration to all of us. A final word from Program Officer, Fredrica Jarcho:
“For all the artists who have been assisted by The Foundation’s grants over these years, there are many others who could have been – and perhaps should have been. The failure to fully appreciate and acknowledge the work of artists who applied for and were declined funding during the past 20 years is something I think about often. No names here, but they know who they are. I applaud their efforts and achievements.”
According to recent research, nonprofits could be leaving as much as 10 percent of their online revenue on the table simply due to two website usability issues: content and design. Check out this great article from Network for Good about ways you can increase your online giving.
And if you liked that, Network for Good has a followup article with the Six "Do's" of Asking for Donations on Your Website.
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