The Sprint Foundation
supports visual and performing arts organizations, theater, symphonies, museums
and other cultural experiences for the general public particularly youth and
is a free online resource for current and future arts managers, boards and
students. It has four sections: Strategic Planning in the Arts, Ask artsmanager.org;
Lessons from the field; and Resource Center.
School as part of Indiana University offers customized training for your
organization as well as course work.
Foundation: Dominion invests in organizations and programs that improve
the quality of life in those communities in which the company provides electricity
or natural gas service, or has significant facilities and business interests.
The company contributes more than $20 million annually to these nonprofit
organizations, primarily through the Dominion Foundation.
Arts Ready: Help on how to prepare organizationally for the unexpected such as a break-in or flood.
Guidestar: Why are we so passionate about nonprofit information? Because the best possible decisions are made when donors, funders, researchers, educators, professional service providers, governing agencies, and the media use the quality information that we provide. Those decisions affect our world today and will continue to affect it for generations to come.
We have an ambitious plan for long-term sustainability that combines public and philanthropic support with earned revenue. Subscriptions and licensing fees for our services provide important financial support for our work—in 2008, they made up 67 percent of our total revenue. The remaining 33 percent of our operating revenue came from our foundation membership program, program-related grants, and contributions. As a public charity, providing nonprofit information to a broad audience at no cost to those users is an important part of our public service, one that we pledge to continue.