Coming from Nonprofit Webinars, this presentation breaks metrics down to the very basic level—what they are, what needs to be measured, why metrics matter, etc. Make sure to click the video tab to hear the presentation that accompanies the slides.
This report outlines how social entrepreneurship can increase fiscal stability for nonprofits, while remaining true to the organization’s mission; also known as the “Double Bottom Line”. The possibilities for arts organizations are limitless!
A press release from Americans for the Arts breaks down recent numbers regarding arts philanthropy from the corporate sector. Also addressed is the connection between arts giving and a company’s bottom line.
The Business Committee for the Arts Survey which provides detailed information can also be foundhere.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy offers an article for those involved with nonprofits of under-$1 million budgets. Several tips are given that can help an arts administrator keep their eye on positive results, especially in turbulent economic times.
This 2007 New York Times article offers a pre-Recession perspective at charities that looked to merge certain operations to combat fiscal difficulties. One particular aspect covered that continues to this day is the combining of developmental staffs, with a conglomerated group of people responsible for fundraising for a few nonprofits. Opportunities for applying to the arts and culture field abound.