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    While art lovers long for days of old, the reality is museums must unveil new strategies for driving charitable income to ensure their doors remain open.

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    Communities depend on our second responders to fuel the arts and drive culture. So amidst the chaos, how can they find the path forward?

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    The shuttering of many in-person events, such as fundraising galas or even allowing patrons to visit the exhibits, has forced museum leaders to seriously question the survival of these institutions due to plunges in revenue.

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    Unless we transform the way our nonprofit organizations raise revenue, we’ll be forced to let go of assets we’d never consider losing before.

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    The Met will close for the entire 2020-21 season, signaling a trend for arts & culture NPOs. Here's why AI matters now.

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    More efficient fundraisers lead to better funding, and better funding can lead to the next Monet, this generation’s Tchaikovsky, or inspire another Jane Goodall. Philanthropy allows art to be accessible by all. Technology allows philanthropy to be done better.

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    Arts and culture have greatly relied on the affinities of philanthropists throughout history. The most famous of these relationships is perhaps that of Medici family and the Renaissance, an impact on the world that is still on display, even centuries later. Great donors have always fueled arts and culture, but not all organizations in these fields can be so lucky to have a modern-day Medici to call on for funding.

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    Arts and culture have greatly relied on the affinities of philanthropists throughout history. The most famous of these relationships is perhaps that of Medici family and the Renaissance, an impact on the world that is still on display, even centuries later. Great donors have always fueled arts and culture, but not all organizations in these fields can be so lucky to have a modern-day Medici to call on for funding.

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    Arts and culture have greatly relied on the affinities of philanthropists throughout history. The most famous of these relationships is perhaps that of Medici family and the Renaissance, an impact on the world that is still on display, even centuries later. Great donors have always fueled arts and culture, but not all organizations in these fields can be so lucky to have a modern-day Medici to call on for funding.

    Read More

    Arts and culture have greatly relied on the affinities of philanthropists throughout history. The most famous of these relationships is perhaps that of Medici family and the Renaissance, an impact on the world that is still on display, even centuries later. Great donors have always fueled arts and culture, but not all organizations in these fields can be so lucky to have a modern-day Medici to call on for funding.

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