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We'd love to partner with you! There are a variety of ways to get involved:
When arts and business partner, everyone profits. To learn more, visit pARTnershipmovement.org, where you can:
Volunteers play an integral role in helping nonprofit arts and culture organizations function as a viable industry. During 2010, a total of 11,624 volunteers donated a total of 520,755 hours to Montgomery County's participating nonprofit arts and culture organizations. Volunteering includes everything from board participation, to ushering at events, assisting in administrative duties, working with children and seniors, and much more.
In-kind contributions are non-cash donations such as materials (e.g., office supplies from a local retailer), facilities (e.g., rent) and services (e.g., printing costs from a loal printer. The 73 participating nonprofit arts and culture organizations in Montgomery County reported that they received in-kind contributions with an aggregate value of $5,879,916 during FY10. These contributions were received from a variety of sources, including corporations, individuals, state and local arts agencies (such as AHCMC) and government.
From dazzling children's theater productions to world-class music performances, there's always something going on in Montgomery County for everyone. Find cultural events, classes and workshops at DOandGO.org, Montgomery County's cultural calendar! (DOandGO.org is a service of the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County.)
Thank you for making this study possible, and for making Montgomery County a vibrant place to live!
The Arts & Economic Prosperity IV Calculator, created by Americans for the Arts, is a free and simple tool that makes it possible for you to estimate the economic impact of your nonprofit arts and culture organization—or even your entire nonprofit arts community. These estimates are based on research findings from the 182 study regions that were part of Arts & Economic Prosperity IV, Americans for the Arts' national economic impact study of nonprofit arts and cult