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Financial Planning for Arts and Culture Nonprofits in Massachusetts During COVID-19

May 27th, 2020
1:00PM to 2:30PM
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Join Philanthropy Massachusetts for a presentation about the financial and planning needs of arts and culture nonprofits in Massachusetts, within the context of COVID-19. TDC, one of the nation’s oldest nonprofit management consulting and research firms, will provide a perspective on this topic based on recent research TDC conducted in the Massachusetts arts and cultural sector.

TDC's presentation, drawn from a recent presentation to the Massachusetts Arts Funders Network, is a lens for the arts community as it looks forward and will address the following points, and include time for q & a:

  • Where are we in the crisis now?
  • What types of decisions will arts organizations and artists need to make that will impact public health and financial health?
  • What planning is required?

TDC works exclusively with nonprofit, governmental, educational, and philanthropic organizations, providing them with the business and management tools critical to achieving missions success.

This program is made possible in part by a grant from The Barr Foundation. 
Thank you to ArtsBoston for their partnership on this program. 
Zoom information will be sent via email in advance of the program.
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