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We are Springboard graduates!

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We are Springboard graduates!

PSGNA

We are extremely proud to announce that we have completed Springboard!

In 2013, PSG was chosen to receive financial support by Seattle Office of Arts and Culture and 4 Culture to participate in the 2014 Springboard Program through Commons 501. The gift provided 107 hours ($4,280) of consultant time and services for new governance and strategic planning to develop a sustainable roadmap for the association’s future. 

With the help of professional non-profit art consultants, we have developed a two-year, strategic plan for growth, value and marketing. Combined with our new governance initiative, mission and visions, PSG is preparing to launch its new image to promote and create visible opportunities for exhibition and development for its Membership.

Thank you to 501 Commons and our cohort team!
 

About Springboard

Springboard is a cohort-based planning program for small and mid-sized arts and cultural organizations designed to provide staff and board leaders with skills, tools, and information they need to lead in challenging times and to advance their organizational missions. Springboard was developed by 501 Commons in cooperation with Claudia Bach of AdvisArts. In the past six years, 35 organizations have benefited from participating in Springboard’s planning process. Working with a team of 501 Commons consultants, participating organizations identify and address operational issues such as improving business operations, increasing revenues, growing audiences, and strengthening governance. Springboard 2014 is supported by 4Culture, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, as well as 12 volunteer consultants.