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Non-Profit Arts Organizations: Respond to Culture Counts–deadline approaching

In Other Boston Arts-related Postings on December 14, 2010 at 3:55 pm

From New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA):

NEFA began collecting financial information directly from nonprofit cultural organizations in New England in 1978. First done by paper survey, CultureCount is now the tool for collecting and displaying this data.  It is used to demonstrate the economic impact of the sector.

To those organizations that have already submitted the survey: THANK YOU. 

For those who haven’t completed the Nonprofit Financial Survey, this is is your last reminder.  We STILL need your strength…in numbers. The 2010 survey will close on December 22, 2010 so make sure you count!

If you work at an embedded organization or a small, volunteer-based organization, we especially need your budget numbers.  To begin the survey, all you need is a FREE CultureCount user account associated with a nonprofit organization.  If you need to create one, click here.  You’ll receive a quick approval email and be ready to begin.  

Respond to the NEFA Nonprofit Financial Survey

REMEMBER, NEW THIS YEAR:

You DO NOT need to submit the NEFA Nonprofit Survey if your organization:

  • Has filed an IRS form 990 for fiscal year 2009, OR
  • Has submitted a profile to the Massachusetts Cultural Data Project for fiscal year 2009

Do you want to see how your data can help show the impact of the arts and culture sector in New England? Review NEFA’s most recent publication New England’s Creative Economy: The Nonprofit Sector (December 2009).

If you have questions, or would prefer to fill out a paper survey, please email survey@nefa.org or call [617] 951-0010 ext. 529.

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