Author: Bush, Robert
Publication Year: 2003
Media Type: Report
In communities of all sizes, United Arts Ffunds (UAF) are working to broaden the base of support for the arts, promote excellence in the arts and arts management, and to ensure that arts organizations are financially stable.
United arts funds are nonprofit organizations that manage an annual combined or federated appeal designed to raise money on behalf of three or more arts institutions in a community. This monograph clearly defines the characteristics and benefits of UAF and provides analysis of the success rates of recent UAF campaigns. A great introduction to the workings of UAF, and a valuable resource to communities struggling to increase private sector support for the arts.
Americans for the Arts’ Monograph series featured in-depth issue papers on topics that were of the greatest interest to our members and arts professionals at the time. They often still serve as excellent resources for best practices and historic reference for today’s issues. Monographs were produced from 1993–2010. Monographs from 2001-2010 are available for downloadable in PDF format our online store at a nominal fee for nonmembers but free to members. All monographs from 1993-2000 are available for free download via the National Arts Administration and Policy Publications Database.
Arts & Intersections:
Categories: United Arts Funds, Private Sector, Partnerships, Organizational Planning, Marketing and Communications, Fundraising, Funding, Financial Management, Cultural Planning
ADDITIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
Series Title: Americans for the Arts Monograph
Name: Americans for the Arts
Website URL: https://www.americansforthearts.org