If we ever have unspent budgeted grant funds at the end of the fiscal year, they either get designated to add to the next year’s budget (not necessarily to the line they came from) or the drop to our bottom line as ‘revenue over expenses’


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ASC. Culture For All.
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From: uaf@americansforthearts.simplelists.com <uaf@americansforthearts.simplelists.com> On Behalf Of Brett Thompson
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2018 12:09 PM
To: Afta Listserv (uaf@americansforthearts.simplelists.com) <uaf@americansforthearts.simplelists.com>
Subject: [Americans for the Arts] Question on GOS Surpluses


We are debating on a policy to follow if we end up with excess General Operating Support funds to regrant at the end of our fiscal year. Do you roll it over to the next year? Distribute to existing grantees? Maintain a special granting program?


Your responses would be most helpful to us.





Brett Thompson

Chief Operating Officer 


Greater Hartford Arts Council

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