Fiscal Sponsorship + Crowdfunding = $$ for Creative Projects
Wednesday, March 09, 2016 3:30 pm
5:00 pm PT
In-person | San Francisco, CA
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Fiscal sponsorship is a formal arrangement in which non-exempt charitable and creative projects can qualify for more funding opportunities, like grants and tax-deductible contributions, by using the 501c3 status of an organization with a related mission.
Explore the benefits and use of Fractured Atlas’s fiscal sponsorship program as a fundraising tool. The program will include:
- an overview of fiscal sponsorship
- how to apply to Fractured Atlas's program
- how to use the tools within the program
- an introduction to fundraising
This session will also cover crowdfunding, an online and social fundraising method where you ask a large number of people to donate money, often in small amounts and over a short period of time. Learn about the benefits and features of popular crowdfunding sites, like IndieGoGo, Kickstarter, and RocketHub, and how these resources can be used with fiscal sponsorship to raise funds for your creative project.
Dianne Debicella, Senior Program Director, Fiscal Sponsorship, Fractured Atlas
Dianne helps over 3,600 sponsored artists and emerging organizations, representing all artistic disciplines, find funding and other resources to support their work. Since 2006, she has led the program to become one of the largest, most renowned art fiscal sponsorship programs in the country with an annual budget of $20 million. Dianne is the co-founder of Brooklyn Community Supported Art + Design (CSA+D) and serves on the steering committee of the National Network of Fiscal Sponsors. She received her B.F.A. from Massachusetts College of Art and her M.P.A. from Pratt Institute's Arts and Cultural Management program.
Theresa Hubbard, Program Specialist, Fiscal Sponsorship, Fractured Atlas
Theresa holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Syracuse University in Voice Performance. After graduating in 2009, she completed internships with the National Symphony Orchestra at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and with the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall. Outside of the office, she keeps active in the New York choral community while singing with The Oratorio Society of New York and The Choral Society. In her free time, she enjoys reading, baking, and playing with her puppy.