Monday, June 29, 2009

Foundation offers reduced office space

The Chronicle reported that the New York Foundation for the Arts is offering some help to recession-plagued arts groups in the city: a chance to claim some discounted office space, according to Dana Variano on the PhilanthroMedia blog.

Citing a report in the Philanthropy News Digest, Ms. Variano says the foundation is now soliciting proposals from groups and artists that are affiliated with it. Read the article here.

The article suggests that this may be an opportunity for other nonprofits to explore by renting out space they may have to generate additional income.

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