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HSM 270 Week 8 Checkpoint - Alternative Funding


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Date Created: 11/11/15
CheckPoint Alternative Funding Brainstorm ideas for alternative funding for the program you selected from Appendix B Search the Internet or contact local human services organizations for ideas on obtaining nontraditional funding Post a 200 to 300word response that describes your plan to obtain nontraditional funding for your program For the Santa Rosa Philharmonic Youth Symphony there are several ways they can receive alternate funding in the case that the grants or assisting program funds run out Outside of minor fund raisers such as car washes raf e tickets for items showcased by the people contributing to the symphony and other aided fundraisers there are many nontraditional funding sources that are harder to nd The funds usually come from agencies that provide funding only occasionally and since they aren39t usually providing funding for them the funds won39t be recorded into a commercial database These nontraditional agencies are usually small departments within the state or city governments that are working for nonpro t service agencies There are also religious groups that support localized projects of research to obtain funds as well Other ways that funds can be acquired are to use donations as tax write off39s to keep funds persistent within the organization that is needing the funding I believe the sources of nontraditional funds are more available to programs that help a city run better by providing assistance to the needy or by adding to the culture of the city itself More organizations would be willing to donate to a good cause if they are properly informed of its intentions


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