Kimball-Jenkins Estate Case Statement 266 North Main Street Concord NH 03301 603.225.3932 www.kimballjenkins.com Prepared by ACDD Philanthropy LeadershipLorrie Carey – Alice Drake – Erin Anderson – Miranda Dalton A private charitable trust for the purposes of historic preservation, the arts and cultural education
The Only Community Art School in Central New Hampshire’s Capital AreaThe Mission of The School of Art“The arts enrich the fabric of our lives, our community and our society. It is the mission of„The School of Art‟ at the Kimball-Jenkins Estate to bring affordable, quality arts education topeople of all ages and abilities in the greater Concord area, especially to those who might nototherwise have the opportunity to share the gifts the arts bring to life. We will achieve this byexpanding our course offerings and faculty, increasing our scholarship awards and improving ourfacilities, with the help of the community.” Introduction The Carolyn L. Jenkins Trust was established as a non-profit organization in 1981 dedicated to “educational purposes, including the encouragement of art.” Until 1999, the Trust struggled to fully realize this mission, primarily focusing on maintaining the historically significant Kimball-Jenkins Estate buildings. In that year, the Trustees founded the School of Art, the capital area‟s only community art school. The mission of the School of Art is to pursue excellence in art education and to increase access to art for the central New Hampshire regional community. To date, we have offered opportunities to expand creative potential through The Kimball-Jenkins School of art has three exhibition classes, workshops, exhibitions, and community galleries, the Carriage House Gallery, the Jill Coldren Wilson projects in the visual arts. The school has grown Gallery, and our Student Gallery, which host exhibitions of from a single studio on the top floor of our regional and national significance. Our criteria for the Carriage Victorian mansion to encompassing every building House Gallery is for large-scale contemporary artworks by on the Estate. The school includes two exhibition New Hampshire and New England artists whose exhibition galleries, ten teaching studios, a darkroom, lecture opportunities in the region are otherwise limited because of facilities, and private artist studios. the conservative nature of commercial galleries in New Hampshire. The Jill Coldren Wilson Gallery is located in our The School of Art currently serves 1,150 students historic Victorian mansion and hosts high quality exhibitions from 62 communities, who receive instruction in that appeal to a broader more traditional audience. drawing, painting, mixed media, sculpture, ceramics, Exhibitions selected for this gallery are chosen for their photography, design, and art history. Our children compatibility to accent the historic architecture and intimate and youth programs provide art education from viewing spaces within. The Carriage House Gallery and Jill pre-school through high school. We offer a full Coldren Wilson Gallery allow us to serve a traditional viewing range of traditional visual arts classes including audience while encouraging them toward an appreciation for drawing, painting, mixed media, sculpture, ceramics, more contemporary artwork. Our Student Gallery hosts photography, design, and art history. Annually, we changing exhibitions by up and coming New Hampshire offer one 10-week term in the fall, three 8-week artists who are enrolled in courses at the Kimball-Jenkins terms in the spring, winter, and summer. During School of Art. Our faculty uses these exhibition galleries as a the summer we also offer a 7-week Summer Art teaching tool for engaging art students in discussion and Camp program. Our adult classes include a broad appreciation for the current artwork being created in the state, range of traditional and contemporary visual art throughout New England, and beyond. The Carriage House disciplines and are taught by experienced artists, Gallery also serves as a local space for community meetings who earned Bachelor of Fine Art‟s and Master of and special events. Fine Art‟s degrees. Quick Facts About Kimball-Jenkins Kimball- Jenkins serves approximately 200-240 children during six weeks of summer camp.
The School of Art was Voted the 2010 Peoples Choice in the Concord Monitor History The Kimball-Jenkins Estate is a charitable trust created in 1981 under the Will of Carolyn L. Jenkins. The Estate includes a High Gothic Victorian Mansion, a Carriage House, the "Yellow House," the "Wood House", and historic gardens. It is located on North Main Street in Concord „s Historic District. The Estate houses the Kimball-Jenkins School of Art, as well as studios for local artists. Free public art exhibits by locally and nationally known artists are offered monthly. The Estate also hosts a spring and a summer art camp for children as well as one and two day workshops. The Kimball-Jenkins Estate is the only example of High Gothic Victorian architecture that is open to the public in the capital region. It was designed in the late 1800s by Amos Cutting, who also designed the New Hampshire State Library. The Estate has hand-painted ceilings, first generation hardwood floors, and hand-carved moldings that are unmatched. We have no similar architectural examples of this kind in our community for the public to study, use, and enjoy. The Kimball-Jenkins School Of Art is the only community art school in the capital area. It is open to all ages and all abilities. Nearly 200 students participate each semester in nearly eighty different classes and workshops related to all areas of art from painting and pottery to carving, theater, floral design, and manga. The School of Art was voted the 2010 Peoples Choice in the Concord Monitor. The School of Art students have the opportunity to become art students at the NH Technical Institute (which was once a tenant at the Estate). Families and individuals from the School of Art visit Pam Tarbells Millbrook Gallery to see sculptures on display because of the positive relationship which has developed between the two organizations. The Estates School of Art has a positive relationship with McGowan Fine Art Gallery, which collaborated with the Estate on the Starry Night fine art auction. The Currier is also a resource to the students at the Estate and the Director of the Currier was once a Board member of the Kimball- Jenkins Estate. d place photo here. As funding is cut from education at the state level and school districts are forced to cut programs, sadly, art is one of the first programs cut. The Kimball-Jenkins School of Art offers the community an affordable option for art instruction to fill the void in public education. Special programs are also offered to home-schooled children. One day workshops are offered to people with time constraints. Vacation Art Camps are offered during school breaks, as well as Summer Art Camp. The Estate reaches out to the Potters Guild, the Writers Project, and other arts related organizations to offer the use of the historic buildings for their meetings. There is no other local non-profit that offers the breadth of arts activities and educational programming offered at Kimball-Jenkins Estate. One of the School of Art‟s newest programs is its program for new Americans. This program introduces new Americans to art and the use of art to express feelings and ideas. All of the new American students attend the School of Art camp on full scholarship and receive special assistance assimilating into the program with the School of Art Admissions Director and Coordinator of the new American Art program. The Coordinator works with Lutheran Social Services to identify students who might benefit from art experience. Quick Facts About Kimball-Jenkins Kimball-Jenkins serves approximately 20-30 children during their spring camp held in April.
LeadershipThe new trustees have the experience and knowledge needed to provide leadership to the trust as it rebuilds. Sherilyn Burnett Young, Vice Chairperson and Secretary, is a resident of Concord, New Hampshire. Ms. Young is a founder and President of the law firm of Rath, Young and Pignatelli, P.C.,with offices in Concord and Nashua, New Hampshire and Boston, Ryan Linehan, Executive Director - Before his Massachusetts. She chairs the firm‟s Environmental Practice Group, detour into the fine arts, Ryan studied Wildlife and also has considerable experience in estate, trust and tax law Biology and Environmental Law at the University of andcorporate and securities transactions. Her professional activities Alaska Fairbanks where he received his BS. A include service on the New HampshireBusiness and Industry required drawing class his senior year detoured him Association Board of Directors, the New Hampshire Supreme into the fine arts where he studied under Farid Court SocietyBoard of Trustees, and the Board of Trustees of Haddad at New England College and received his Franklin Pierce Law Center. Her civic and charitableactivities B.A. in Fine Art Photography and Sculpture. He has include current service as a member of the New Hampshire Death been executive director of the Carolyn Jenkins Penalty Commission(Governor appointee) and a Trustee of the Charitable Trust since 2006. Ryan is a founding Kimball Jenkins Trust. Ms. Young also currently serves as a member of the Greater Concord Chamber of Director of Centrix Bank. Commerce‟s program Art Concord, has consulted on Concord 20/20, Art Space Concord, and regularly Gary Shirk, Treasurer, came to NH in 1984 to take a management sits on the State Council for the Arts grants panel. position at Yankee Book Peddler (YBP Library Services) in Contoocook, where he served in numerous positions including nine years as President and Chief Operating Officer, retiring in September 2008. He is a management consultant, currently serving as Director of Operations for Bovie Screen Process Printing, Inc. in Bow. In addition to this position, he provides consulting services to Bill Chapman, Chairperson, is a shareholder, past the book industry and serves on several both for profit and not-for- president and chair of Orr & Reno, P.A., of Concord. He profit Boards of Directors, currently including the Kimball Jenkins has practiced law for the firm since moving to New Estate Board of Trustees and the Board of Governors of the Hampshire in 1972, and has focused his work Merrimack County United Way. representing newspapers, publishers and journalists located in New Hampshire and other states. Bill has Steve Metzger, Trustee was a major caulking/sealant contractor in served on the boards of a number charitable Chicago prior to moving to the Concord area in 1979. For the past organizations including the United Way of Merrimack 40 years he has been president and co-owner of Metzger/McGuire, County, New Hampshire Public Radio and the New a Bow-based manufacturer of specialty chemical products used in Hampshire Humanities Council. the protection and repair of industrial concrete floors. Steve has also acted as a floor consultant to numerous Fortune 500 corporations. In December 2008 he formed the predecessor of the . organization now know as School of Art Supporters (SAS), a Peggy Senter, Board Advisor, is founder and president of the volunteer group that supports and advocates for the School of Art Concord Community Music School, New Hampshire‟s largest at Kimball-Jenkins. He is currently the Chair of SAS. Steve and his community music school and among the 30 largest community wife Janice, a School of Art community student, live in Barnstead. arts schools nationally. Its mission is to foster a sense of community through music by providing the fullest possible array Lorrie J. Carey, Trustee, a New Hampshire native, is a cum laude of musical experiences for people of all ages, musical abilities, and graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a backgrounds.Peggy is a consultant and advisor to community Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Masters in Public Affairs. She owns music schools nationally (through the National Guild), to NH Marshalls Florist in Boscawen, where she also serves as a arts organizations (through the NH State Council on the Arts) Selectwoman and a School Board representative to the Merrimack and with Emc.Arts, evaluation consultant on arts grantmaking by Valley School Board. She was a Presidential Appointee, under the Surdna Foundation. Peggy has received such honors as the President Clinton, to the White House Conference on Small Governors Arts Award for Arts Education (1993), the University Business. She is a past winner of the NH Business in the Arts of North Carolina Distinguished Alumna Award (1999) and the award. She has served as President of the Concord Business and Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Professional Women, Co-President of the Concord Community (2007). Her work with national foundations includes Concert Association, President of the Granite State Symphony, Vice participation in the Lila Wallace-Reader‟s Digest Fund‟s Leadership President of the Kimball-Jenkins School of Art Supporters as well Forum on Cultural Participation and a presentation for the Mellon as serving on a number of other non-profit boards. Foundation‟s Orchestra Forum.
Rebuilding Kimball- Jenkins Estate – Increased AccountabilityKimball-Jenkins has faced financial troubles, including theembezzlement of tens of thousands of dollars by a formeroffice manager who was convicted in 2009. It lost 90,000in annual revenue when New Hampshire Technical Institute decidedto move its art program elsewhere causing the estate‟s financialresources to be exhausted. But now Kimball-Jenkins is coming back strong!In October 2009, the Probate Court appointed four new trustees,each of whom had been recommended by the Director ofCharitable Trust. In January 2010, the court appointed a fifth trusteespecifically to reflect the interests of School of Art Supporters. Thetrustees accepted their appointment on the understanding, approvedby both the Director of Charitable Trust and Probate Court, that theirmission be transitional. Their purpose is to find a charitable use or usesfor the Trust – the four buildings located at 264-266 North MainStreet in the Historic District –that will address community needs “… in the interests ofand be supported by the community in a fully sustainable manner. transparency, the trustees willAs part of this process, the trustees will identify and recruit a start sharing the trusts budgettalented and committed group of citizens who are enthusiastic aboutdevoting the Estate to such charitable needs and are qualified by virtue and other financial informationof professional training or otherwise to implement the trustees‟ mission on the estates newly redesignedthrough the development of widespread community support. website, kimballjenkins.com.”Organizational Structure and Practices ~Kimball-Jenkins Business Plan 2010The Trustees have taken steps to assure that the Carolyn Jenkins Trust will employee the best non-profit organization structures,policies, and practices. Among these the following have already beenestablished: The Trusts bylaws have been revised and approved by the Probate Court. Among the critical provisions is the requirement that trustees serve specified terms, then rotate off the board. The Trustees have begun to initiate structures to both strengthen the organization and assure public participation in its activities: the Trust will establish committees of volunteers to assist in fund raising, preservation of the estate, and development of arts programming. To assure day-to-day financial controls, the Executive director provides invoices to the Trusts independent accountant who prepares checks and signs them. The checks also require the signature of the Trusts Treasurer. The Trustees have invited more intense oversight of the Probate Court by volunteering to submit quarterly financial reports. In the future, annual financial audits will assure that the Trusts financial practices adhere to the highest level of security. The Trustees have established background checks for all prospective Trustees and employees. The Trusts Bylaws, summary level meeting minutes, and reports of its public forums have been added to the Kimball Jenkins web site.The Trustees seek to be open and transparent in all its decisions and practices and invite publiccomment and recommendations tofurther strengthen the organization.
Rebuilding Kimball- Jenkins Estate- Our Future GoalsThe Trustees are committed to pursuing a set of synergistic strategies to achieve the estate’s goals of financial stability, additional programs and restoration of the estate properties. Increase public awareness and participation: Open communications and public participation in the funding and governance of the Trust is required to restore confidence in the Trust‟s leadership. Increase the size and broaden the mix of Trustees and Committee volunteers: The court appointed group of five Trustees meets the minimum requirements of the Trust and is focused on legal, organizational, and financial activities. The long-term vitality of the Trust requires a larger group that mirrors the diversity of the community and includes the skills and experience needed to manage both historic preservation activities and the facilities geared to support a wide ranging program of the arts. Seek “bridge” financing, then build a sustainable financial structure: In the immediate future, the Trustees will appeal to people with the means and commitment to the Estate to provide short-term loans. These loans may be repaid upon establishment of a new, "Were moving in the direction we larger line of credit or when the loan term is complete. (We will hoped to move…the financial also encourage our individual lenders to consider making a performance to date is better than we future charitable contribution of some or all of these loans.) projected when we put the business plan together. . . . I think things are Define and develop a program for renovation looking up." and restoration of the Estates building and grounds: Any sustainable future for the Trust must include a strong ~William Chapman component of building restoration, development, and Chairman of Kimball-Jenkins’ Board maintenance of its buildings and grounds. The buildings are Concord Monitor, 2010 at the core of the Trusts purpose and have a substantial constituency in the greater capital region. Individuals and groups interested in local history and preservation will provide a committed core of support. Broaden the School of Arts appeal: The public forums clearly established that the Kimball-Jenkins School of Art must be an essential part of the Estates future. Testimony from Carolyn Jenkins contemporaries indicated that she considered the “arts” much more broadly than the visual or graphic arts. Her vision embraced theater, music, dance, literature and more. With New Hampshire Technical Institute‟s departure, the trustees can expand the School of Arts programming to broaden its appeal within the community and replace part of the lost revenues. Pursue closer relationships with other charitable arts organizations in the region: The future of the Trust is best achieved by supporting regional charitable arts. The trustees believe that establishing closer relationships with other arts organizations will be mutually beneficial: The Estate may provide lower cost facilities to these organizations, and the members of these organizations may provide support to the Estate. Quick Facts About Kimball-Jenkins Approximately 800-1200 guests annually attend gallery receptions. There are on average eight gallery receptions held each year.
Kimball Jenkins Estate Actual Budget 2011 KIMBALL JENKINS ESTATE IS COMMITTED TO RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT School of Art Kimball Jenkins EstateContributions IncomeGeneral Income Rental IncomeAnnual Fund 72,792.50 Carriage House Events 11,985.00Donations 23,271.18 Carriage House Apartments 4,550.00Grants 6,000.00 Main House Events 3,900.00Memberships 10,375.00 Private Studio 1,100.00Scholarship Donations 135 Site Rental - Weddings 6,820.00Total Contributions 112,573.68 Rental Income - Other 650Special Events - Net 176.13 Total Estate Income 29,005.00General Income Other 125 ExpenseTotal General Income 112,874.81 Bldg & Grounds ExpenseProgram Income Dumpster Service 1,709.57Art School Class Income 88,404.25 Janitorial & Supplies 6,588.73Camp Programs 28,984.84 Maintenance Wages 13,624.82Lab Material Fees 0 Repairs & MaintenanceSponsorship 1,950.00 Building Repairs 1,723.36Total Program Income 119,339.09 Equipment Repairs 244.93Total Art School Income 232,213.90 Landscape and Gardens 958.67Expenses Maintenance Supplies 424.82Operating Expenses Snow Plowing 6,200.00Advertising and Promotion 17,899.37 Repairs & Maintenance - Other 727.55Art Opening Expenses 1,517.88 Total Bldgs & Grounds 32,202.45Art Supplies 2,798.52 UtilitiesBulk Mailing Expenses 1,140.70 Telephone 1,659.23Credit Card Fees 2,688.37 Electric 10,783.45Health Insurance 10,791.02 Gas 10,461.25Workers Compensation -637.56 Water and Sewer 2,996.92Total Operational Expense 36,198.30 Total Utilities 25,900.85Payroll Processing Fee 1,786.71 InsurancePayroll Taxes 13,086.52 Commercial Package 18,775.52Salaries and Wages Directors and Officers 1,775.00Office Staff 60% 38,484.05 Liability 685.39Summer Camp Wages 18,640.31 Trustee Bond Insurance 1,860.00Teacher Faculty Salaries 14,972.00 Total Insurance 23,095.91Teacher Faculty Subcontract 41,569.00 Other Income and ExpensesTotal Salaries and Wages 113,665.36 Miscellaneous Income 592.25Tot. Payroll & Related Exp. 128,538.59 Allocation:Office Staff at 40% 25,656.04Tot. Operating Expenses 164,736.89 Interest Expense 6,787.03General Expenses Total Other Income/Expense 31,850.82Advertising and Promotion 1,089.88 Net Total Expense 113,050.03Printing 190 Net Bldg Income & Expense -84,045.03Fees 708.54 Net Combined Income/Expense -26,846.18Office Supplies and Expense 1,056.14 Cash and LOC Available 38,716.00Postage 33.60Professional Fees: Accounting 7,200.00Total General Expenses 10,278.16Total Art School Expenses 175,015.05 School of Art Net Income/Expense 57,198.85
Kimball Jenkins Estate Actual Budget 2012 School of Art Kimball Jenkins EstateContributions IncomeGeneral Income Rental IncomeAnnual Fund 114,000.00 Carriage House Events 12,943.80Donations 24,434.74 Carriage House Apartments 4,550.00Grants 6,000.00 Main House Events 3,900.00Memberships 10,893.75 Private Studio 1,100.00Scholarship Donations 135 Site Rental - Weddings 7,161.00Total Contributions 155,463.49 Rental Income - Other 650Special Events - Net 2,971.13 Total Estate Income 30,304.80General Income Other 125 ExpenseTotal General Income 158,559.62 Bldg & Grounds ExpenseProgram Income Dumpster Service 1,812.14Art School Class Income 97,244.68 Janitorial & Supplies 6,984.05Camp Programs 29,709.46 Maintenance Wages 14,442.31Lab Material Fees 0 Repairs & MaintenanceSponsorship 1,950.00 Building Repairs 6,826.76Total Program Income 128,904.14 Equipment Repairs 259.63Total Art School Income 287,463.76 Landscape and Gardens 1,016.19Expenses Maintenance Supplies 450.31Operating Expenses Snow Plowing 6,572.00Advertising and Promotion 18,615.34 Repairs & Maintenance - Other 771.2Art Opening Expenses 1,578.60 Total Bldgs & Grounds 39,134.60Art Supplies 2,910.46 UtilitiesBulk Mailing Expenses 1,186.33 Telephone 2,021.01Credit Card Fees 2,795.90 Electric 9,090.06Health Insurance 11,222.66 Gas 22,269.44Workers Compensation -663.06 Water and Sewer 2,988.46Total Operational Expense 37,646.23 Total Utilities 36,368.97Payroll Processing Fee 1,840.31 InsurancePayroll Taxes 13,479.12 Commercial Package 18,775.52Salaries and Wages Directors and Officers 1,775.00Office Staff 60% 42,595.79 Liability 685.39Summer Camp Wages 19,199.52 Trustee Bond Insurance 1,860.00Teacher Faculty Salaries 15,421.16 Total Insurance 23,095.91Teacher Faculty Subcontract 42,816.07 Other Income and ExpensesTotal Salaries and Wages 120,032.54 Miscellaneous Income 592.25Tot. Payroll & Related Exp. 135,351.97 Allocation:Office Staff at 40% 28,397.20Tot. Operating Expenses 172,998.20 Interest Expense 6,787.03General Expenses Total Other Income/Expense 34,591.98Advertising and Promotion 1,089.88 Net Total Expense 133,191.45Printing 190 Net Bldg Income & Expense -102,886.65Fees 708.54 Net Combined Income/Expense 700.74Office Supplies and Expense 1,056.14 Cash and LOC Available 35,901.00Postage 33.60Professional Fees: Accounting 7,800.00Total General Expenses 10,878.16Total Art School Expenses 183,876.36 School of Art Net Income/Expense 103,587.39
Kimball Jenkins Estate Actual Budget Difference Between 2011 & 2012 School of Art Kimball Jenkins EstateContributions IncomeGeneral Income Rental IncomeAnnual Fund 41,207.50 Carriage House Events 958.80Donations 1,163.56 Carriage House Apartments 0.00Grants 0.00 Main House Events 0.00Memberships 518.75 Private Studio 0.00Scholarship Donations 0 Site Rental - Weddings 341.00Total Contributions 42,889.81 Rental Income - Other 0.00Special Events - Net 2,795.00 Total Estate Income 1,299.80General Income Other 0 ExpenseTotal General Income 45,684.81 Bldg & Grounds ExpenseProgram Income Dumpster Service 102.57Art School Class Income 8,840.43 Janitorial & Supplies 395.32Camp Programs 724.62 Maintenance Wages 817.49Lab Material Fees 0 Repairs & MaintenanceSponsorship 0.00 Building Repairs 5,103.40Total Program Income 9,565.05 Equipment Repairs 14.7Total Art School Income 55,249.86 Landscape and Gardens 57.52Expenses Maintenance Supplies 25.49Operating Expenses Snow Plowing 372.00Advertising and Promotion 715.97 Repairs & Maintenance - Other 43.65Art Opening Expenses 60.72 Total Bldgs & Grounds 6,932.15Art Supplies 111.94 UtilitiesBulk Mailing Expenses 45.63 Telephone 361.78Credit Card Fees 107.53 Electric -1,693.39Health Insurance 431.64 Gas 11,808.19Workers Compensation -25.5 Water and Sewer -8.46Total Operational Expense 1,447.93 Total Utilities 10,468.12Payroll Processing Fee 53.60 InsurancePayroll Taxes 392.60 Commercial Package 0.00Salaries and Wages Directors and Officers 0.00Office Staff 60% 4,111.74 Liability 0.00Summer Camp Wages 559.21 Trustee Bond Insurance 0.00Teacher Faculty Salaries 449.16 Total Insurance 0.00Teacher Faculty Subcontract 1,247.07 Other Income and ExpensesTotal Salaries and Wages 6,367.18 Miscellaneous Income 0.00Tot. Payroll & Related Exp. 6,813.38 Allocation: Office Staff at 40% 2,741.16Tot. Operating Expenses 8,261.31 Interest Expense 0.00General Expenses Total Other Income/Expense 2,741.16Advertising and Promotion 0.00 Net Total Expense 20,141.42Printing 0.00 Net Bldg Income & Expense -18,841.62Fees KIMBALL JENKINS ESTATE’S CURRENT NEEDS 0.00 Net Combined Income/Expense 27,546.92Office Supplies and Expense 0.00 Cash and LOC Available -2,815.00Postage 0.00Professional Fees: Accounting 600.00Total General Expenses 600.00Total Art School Expenses 8,861.31 School of Art Net Income/Expense 46,388.55
Join Us For A Visit At Kimball -JenkinsOur mission is not to sell art,but rather to bring art to Concord.Kimball - Jenkins is an art resource forthe greater Concord community.Kimball-Jenkins is just off NorthMain Street and is a treasure waitingto be discovered. Nestled on nearlyfour acres of landscaped gardens,the estate features a lovely Victorianmansion adorned with ornate,hand-painted ceilings and richlycarved wood, a carriage house, andseveral out buildings. It is the site ofthree contemporary galleries thatexhibit works by local, regional, andnational artists and is home to aSchool of Art.
Quick Facts About Kimball-JenkinsApproximately 125-150 students enroll in classes each eight-week term.
Meet Our Instructors Kimball-Jenkins employs quality instructors to enhance your artistic experience.Joseph Blajda is a graduate of Plymouth State University and hasformerly taught art at the New Hampshire Institute of Art and theNew Hampshire Youth Development Center. He concentratesmostly on oil painting, but has experience in drawing, pottery,clay, animation, graphic art, and screen-printing. He has shownhis work regionally. His artwork is currently on display at theArtstream Studio in Rochester, NH.Barbara Filleul has a BA and M.Ed from the University of NewHampshire. She is a local artist and art teacher of adults and children.Barbara teaches at the NH Institute in Manchester. She was the first prize recipient of the 2007 Joan L. Dunfey Memorial JuriedExhibition for one of her monotypes. Her work is in numerouscollections across the country.Ian Torney is a painter and was a member of the St. Paul‟s School Fine Arts faculty from 1991 to 2012 where he served as theDirector of Fine Arts and Arts Division Head. He teaches foundations, drawing, painting, and advanced portfolio classes. Heholds a B.A. in Visual Art and English Literature from Bowdoin College, a M.A. in Art Education from the Rhode Island School ofDesign, and an M.F.A. in Visual Studies from the Art Institute of Boston. Learn more at www.IanTorneyArt.netKim Roth brings his extensive knowledge of art history, styles, andtechniques to teach classes in pencil drawing, acrylic, and oil painting.He is a native Australian and received his education from the NationalArt School and Julian Ashton Art School in Sydney. He has exhibited his work locally and nationally.Becky Darling is an artist/educator who lives in Warner, NH. She hasa degree in Art Education from Salem College, North Carolina.Becky has taught art to all ages from preschoolers to adults. She focusesOn watercolors and has studied with W. Robert Paine, Carlton Plummer,and Don Andrews as well as others. She has provided trainings andworkshops for the NH Reads program as well as for teachers.She is an exhibiting member of The New Hampshire Art Association.Dan Dustin is a 30-year veteran of the League of New Hampshire Craftsman and has exhibited at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum andthe Elements of Art Gallery, NYC. He has been featured in numerous publications, including the Fine Woodworking Magazine.His spoons are displayed in the permanent collection of the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH. Dan graduated from BatesCollege and studied woodcarving with George Osborne and folk art with Norris Patch. His roots in the NH family farm arereflected in both his work and his teachings.Sylvia Brofos is a graduate of the Chelsea School of Commercial Art in London England. She has taught art at The Kimball-Jenkins Art School as well as at the NH Institute of Art, Chester College, and the Currier Art Center. She is a member of the NHArt Association, and the NH Art Educators Association. She has exhibited extensively throughout NH and the New Englandregion.Lee Roy Johnson graduated from NHTI with a degree in the Visual Arts and Museum Studies. He has studied art at the NewHampshire Institute of Art while receiving a BA in History with a minor in Studio Work at the University of New Hampshire. Hehas a degree in Commercial Art from Monmouth County Vocational in New Jersey and was awarded the Monmouth County ArtsFoundation Award for Art in 1991. He has artwork published in the NHTI EYE literary journal as well as in Spawn Comic, WizardMagazine, and Hero Illustrated. He currently teaches classes for kids, teens and adults and is the Director of the summer campprogram for Kimball-Jenkins School of Art.Mark Roth is a long time practitioner of Tai Chi Chaun. His teaching style is relaxed yet enthusiastic and lends itself to anenjoyable classroom experience. He is particularly skillful at working with senior citizens. He has studied and developed his tai chiskills at the internationally acclaimed Tai Chi Chaun Academy of Master Kai Ying Tung.
Programs and Services In your hand is your next creation with one of Kimball-Jenkins interactive classes. Ceramics Jewelry Making Woodworking Crafts Relax - Reduce Stress - Increase Creativity with Zentangle and Tai Chi All through Artistic Expression ZENTANGLE TAI CHIZentangle is a way of creating Discover the many possiblebeautiful images from repetitive health benefits with Tai Chi. Thepatterns. It is fun and relaxing. ancient art of tai chi uses gentleAlmost anyone can use it to flowing movements to reduce thecreate beautiful images. It stress of todays busy lifestylesincreases focus and creativity, and improve health. Find outprovides artistic satisfaction along how to get started.with an increased sense ofpersonal well being. Capture Your Moments With Kimball-Jenkins Through Drawing Photography
Programs and Services OPEN STUDIO FOR ARTISTSWho? Any artist or craftsman of any mediumWhat? A time and place were artists can gettogether to share ideas and their work.When? Friday nights @ 6pm - 9pmWhere? Yellowhouse Studio 3 and 2How much? Its free! Water Oil Color Painting Choose your preference in painting with Kimball-Jenkins Acrylic PaintingThe Next Generation of Emerging Artists Learn at Kimball-Jenkins! Art Classes for All Ages and All Abilities Summer Camps Quick Facts About Kimball-Jenkins Kimball-Jenkins offers the only Teen Summer Art camp in the capital area.
Programs and ServicesExhibitionsThe Kimball Jenkins Estate is home to two exhibitiongalleries, the Carolyn Jenkins Gallery and the Jill C. WilsonGallery. The mission of each gallery is to offer exhibitionopportunities for artists working in the state, region, andbeyond, and to showcase the work of students and faculty.Here at Kimball-Jenkins, we endeavor to curate shows toenhance the studio education curriculum of the School ofArt.The Carolyn Jenkins Gallery hosts changing exhibitions ofcontemporary artwork by School of Art faculty and studentsas well as group and solo exhibitions by someof the region‟s finest practicing artists.The Jill C. Wilson Gallery is located on the ground floor ofour Victorian Mansion. This gallery hosts exhibitions ofregional and national art of historical significance whoseworks are enhanced by the rich architectural and designelements of the building. Rentals Our charming Victorian style Carriage House is available to host both corporate meetings and social events. The elegant 1875 Mansion with its original ornate woodwork, marble fireplaces, and frescoed ceilings is an exceptional site for weddings, cocktail receptions, family gatherings, political events or other social gatherings. The Kimball Jenkins Estate is the perfect backdrop for “Dawn served as command central during my weddings from 30 to 300 guests. daughters "Snowtober" wedding at the Kimball- Jenkins Estate. She had to ensure the steps were You can choose your favorite purveyors or we are happy shoveled, the parking lot was plowed and the to suggest a variety of quality caterers & vendors that caterer could get in and out during a freak 22" can provide everything from a continental breakfast, snowstorm on Oct. 30th. Communication was a or elegant plated dinner to a simple boxed lunch. challenge as my daughter lives in Vermont in an area with no cell service and we all suffered power outages. Using email and text messages, Dawn kept a positive outlook and updated the wedding party and family about the status of conditions at the Estate. The wedding went off beautifully (see pictures on Facebook) and ended with sunshine. A good time was had by all!” LJC (LinkedIn Page) Quick Facts About Kimball-Jenkins Over four acres of lawn and gardens provides an ideal setting for a tented wedding, family celebration or corporate outing.
Kimball-Jenkins Accomplishments1. Kimball-Jenkins has retained a commission-based rental agent to generate rental income to support the estate.2. Courses at the School of Art have doubled greatly increasing revenue. The summer art camp is almost at capacity.3. Membership is at an all-time high.4. The replacement of the mansion furnace has improved energy efficiency resulting in fuel savings.5. Community trust has been regained. Individuals have made personal loans to the estate in $5,000 increments for the estate to use as working capital. These loans will be repaid at a 5% interest rate.6. Kimball-Jenkins has invested $10,000 in a comprehensive condition survey. Preservation specialist Mark Hopkins has assessed the buildings for future restoration and preservation projects.7. The Board of Trustees has adopted an expanded vision for the estate. The expanded vision includes three core components. Grow the School of Art by adding classes in new mediums. Make Kimball-Jenkins a destination for community events and activities Restore and preserve the estate buildings to benefit the community now and into the future. Quick Facts About Kimball-Jenkins “Kimball-Jenkins Estate is making faster-than-expected progress on the road back to solvency.” (Concord Monitor, 2011)
How Can Kimball-Jenkins Benefit You?The Kimball-Jenkins Estate and School of Art are valuable andneeded community resources. As a historic site and contributingproperty to Concord, New Hampshires first historic district, theHigh Victorian mansion features architectural elements that areunparalleled in the community, from the hand-stenciled ceilingsto the ornate woodwork and moldings. The mansion took sevenyears to build in the late 1800s and was the work of the samearchitect who designed the New Hampshire state library.Elizabeth Pattee created the gardens and landscape design in1928. She went on to become the first female head of the RhodeIsland School of Design School of Landscape Architecture. Acenterpiece to the estate is the champion Sycamore tree, whichdwarfs everything around with its enormous trunk and its statelycanopy.Not only is the estate beautiful and an important historicresource, it is also a destination for community and family events.From intimate events in the mansion to full estate eventsincluding outdoor tents, the Kimball-Jenkins Estate is the placediscriminating businesses and individuals look to for a venue inthe city, which feels as though it is in the country. Free on-siteparking makes Kimball-Jenkins an attractive venue for adowntown event. The School of Art at the Kimball-Jenkins Estate holds eight gallery events per year that draw approximately 1200 art lovers to see emerging and established artists in various mediums. These gallery openings are a great opportunity for the community to gather and socialize. They are also a wonderful free opportunity for families to come and see new art and speak directly to the artists who create the art. Education, food, and fun all rolled into an evening event. Artwork usually stays on exhibit for up to a month. Kimball-Jenkins is also a great incubator for emerging artists. The School of Art hosts open studios for emerging and established artists as well as novices to try new techniques and practice new skills. The open studios are free to artists and students. They are also an opportunity for the public to observe art in action. There is no other opportunity in our community for artists to regularly and publicly practice their art. The School of Art is approaching fifteen years in operation at the Kimball-Jenkins Estate. Founded by the Trustees of the Kimball-Jenkins Estate in 1999, it is one of the most successful examples of an adaptive reuse of historic buildings in the state. The barn has been adapted to be used as pottery and ceramic studios. The Yellow House holds painting, carving, floor cloth, and childrens art to name a few classes. The Kimball-Jenkins Mansion holds a variety of advanced studio classes. Art classes are available for all ages and abilities at an affordable cost. Whether your passion is history, art, city gardens, events, or gathering with others in the community, Kimball-Jenkins is a pioneer in weaving history, education, and art into a colorful tapestry of community engagement.
How Can Kimball-Jenkins Benefit You? Ensure that the arts live forever in Concord, NH through your legacy. Call 603.225.3932
How Can Kimball-Jenkins Benefit You? Become a Business Partner Membership Has Its PrivilegesThe Business Partner Program offers an opportunity for localcorporations to provide financial support to an outstanding communityresource while receiving significant recognition and benefits for youremployees. Becoming a Business Partner gives your company highlyvalued public identification as a supporter of the arts and art education.This program enables you to introduce your employees and clients tothe educational programs and exhibitions offered through the Kimball-Jenkins School of Art.We invite your company to join us as a Business Partner and become asupporter in our effort to connect people with the visual arts. Art is animportant aspect in life and our hands-on art-making programs forchildren, teens, and adults allow our students the opportunity andinstruction to explore their creativity. Support from the businesscommunity is vital to the success of the Kimball-Jenkins School of Artand your commitment to art education is greatly appreciated. Business Partner Program Levels Gold Benefactor $2,500 Benefactor $1,500 Patron $1,000 Supporter $500 Partner $250 For more information or to become a Business Partner contact Ryan Linehan “The much needed bridge loans came through. Executive Director And after half a year, the business plan appears email@example.com to be paying off.” (603) 225-3932 ext 225 ~ Bill Chapman Chairman of Kimball-Jenkins‟ Board (Concord Monitor, 2011)
How Can Kimball-Jenkins Benefit You?Kimball-Jenkins is dedicated to its community artseducation program. Kimball-Jenkins is endeavoring tocollaborate with other nonprofits passionate about thearts. Kimball Jenkins is looking to partner with yourorganization to bring more art education programs toConcord, NH. Together we can keep the art communitygoing strong in Concord!Current Partnership with 44H and 44N Lions Club for the “Children Know Peace” exhibition in which over 100 students will present posters in the Carolyn Jenkins Gallery. ATTENTION ALL SCHOOL TEACHERS! Looking for a great field trip? Search no more. Here at Kimball-Jenkins we have something for every age. As school districts continue to cut art programs, let Kimball-Jenkins teach and expose your students to the many forms of art. Quick Facts About Kimball-Jenkins “The art school had record enrollment in the fall.” (Concord Monitor, 2011)
How Can Kimball-Jenkins Benefit You? Parents!Looking for a safe learning environment for children during the summer and school vacations? Summer Art Camps Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat time does it start and how much does itcost?9 a.m. – 3 p.m.Members $225 per weekNon-members $245 per weekWill we be working with clay?Students will complete a minimum of 2 clay projectsevery week.How do I register?The Kimball-Jenkins office is open for registrationweekdays from 9 A.M to 4:30 P.M. Please call 225-3932 or stop by our campus at 266 N. Main Street toregister!Registration is ongoing as long as space is available.I work until 5:00, but the program ends at 3:00. Arethere any after camp activities?Yes! Kimball-Jenkins offers after camp supervisedactivities from 3:00 PM - 5:30 PM, for an additional$40 a week or $10 per day.Before-camp activities can also be arranged beginningat 8 AM. $5 per day or $20 per week.Arrangements for before or after-camp activitiesshould be made through the office prior to the start of Great Classes Your Child Will Experience withthe week. Responsible Instructors:Will my 6 year old be in the same class as 13 yearolds? Animal WeekNo! Each week has a common theme, but the camp is Fantasy, Fairy Tales and Myths Weekdivided by age group so that the projects and World Passport to Art Adventureinstruction will be age appropriate, challenging, and Cartoons, Comics and Mangafun. Instructors will tailor the program to individual Earth Weekstudents as much as possible, depending on their Great Artist Weekprevious artistic experience. Children must have alreadybeen enrolled in a full-day kindergarten Teen Campor first grade program. Foundations of Drawing and PaintingWhat does my child need to bring?Your child should wear clothes they dont mind gettingwet or dirty. A bag lunch (refrigeration is available),sunscreen and any medication he or she might need.
What Are People Saying About Kimball-Jenkins? A Fresh Start at Kimball-Jenkins A letter to the editor by Barbara Filleul in the Concord Monitor February 2011The January 20th opening of Art on a Starry Nightattracted a grand turnout, marking the success of theKimball-Jenkins Community Art Schools fresh start.A year ago, a new board of directors started a series ofcommunity forums which jumpstarted interest in thefacility and the offerings taking place inCarolyn Jenkinss former home, as well as in the largercreative vision of Concord. The prowess of the new boardled to financial investment on the part of key believers inthe mission of Kimball-Jenkins, making possible anongoing series of classes and events to enrich our liveswith the colorful possibilities fostered by the arts.Businesses and individuals invested, promised to be asupport, or rolled up their sleeves and worked.You should have been there if you werent - on a cold andstarry night - for the art, the food, the venue, to schmoozewith the artists, many of them faculty members, to bid onart, to drink champagne and toast the arts. Heady stuff,this success, much of it due to a corps of unsungvolunteers headed up by Steve and Janice Metzger whowelcome volunteers wanting to grow themselves whilegrowing the school.Its happening! Get involved: Take a class, host a function,insert your dreams into the classrooms and galleries ofKimball-Jenkins. Step out of your comfort zone. Take arisk. When better than deep winter in New Hampshire? More than 15 New American students participated in the summer art program and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Additionally, all of the students were successfully promoted to the next grade level. While there is no one component to account for the student‟s promotion, the summer program at Kimball Jenkins contributed to the youth‟s continued language acquisition and confidence as students. Anna-Marie DiPasquale, LCSW School Social Worker -Lutheran Social Services Quick Facts About Kimball-Jenkins In addition to students and adults who volunteer their time at the estate and at the School of Arts helping with events and art openings, the Merrimack SOAR program provides court mandated volunteers to assist with maintaining the grounds.
Current Needs of Kimball-JenkinsThe Kimball-Jenkins Estate strives to preserve the rich history of the past through an adaptive reuse of historically significantbuildings, while providing the opportunity for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy art and develop their skills as artists. We Need Your Help To:Preserve the historical beauty of the estate and increase rentalrevenues by maintaining, restoring and preserving the HighVictorian mansion, Carriage House, Yellow House,Wood House and the gardens. Our professional restorationconsultant has identified $750,000 of preservation and restorationprojects to be accomplished over the next eight years. We have begunby replacing our aging and inefficient furnace and installing ductworkfor a future air-conditioning system which will help us control theclimate in the mansion, thereby protecting the extraordinaryhand-stenciled ceilings and beautiful woodwork. The cost ofinstalling the air- conditioning is $10,000.UPDATE: A major donor came forward in March 2012 to make a leadership donation, which was matched by a local businessand a trustee. The new air-conditioning will be installed in time for art classes and events for the summer 2012. Will YOU be thenext one to help Kimball-Jenkins?Enhance customer service by adding a full-time Office Manager and part-time Director of Development to thestaff. Currently, we have a full-time Executive Director who alsoserves many additional roles, including Director of the School of Art.The addition of a full-time Office Manager would provide an opportunityfor better data management, processing of funds, distribution ofinformation, and full-time office coverage to assist faculty andstudents. The assistance of a part-time Development Directorwould provide Kimball-Jenkins with a resource who could work onsecuring grants, corporate sponsorships, individual memberships,planned gifts, as well as working with our Events Coordinator to createdestination experiences for the public.Expand School of Art by adding new classes. We plan to add acomputer lab to the School of Art so that we can fill the need inour region for affordably priced computer aided art and design classes.The investment in equipment for the hardware and software for thislab is approximately $30,000 to launch the program.Attract, hire and retain talented staff and faculty by offering competitive salaries and benefits. In order to attractand retain high quality and experienced employees, we must offer compensation which is competitive with similarnonprofit arts and cultural organizations in the area. We seek to increase faculty and staff compensation by five percent.Make art classes more accessible to low-income residents by increasing the number and availability ofscholarships. We have made a practice of offering up to three dozen scholarships a year, but we must turn many studentsaway due to the lack of scholarship funds. The true cost of a class can be up to $800. We charge the average student $245.The balance is made up through donations and grants. We would like to offer an additional twenty-four scholarships.Increase the diversity of art participants by expanding the New Americans immigrant art program. We have manyNew Americans moving into our region who have never experienced instruction in art. Art is the great equalizer of allpeople and allows people to express themselves even if a language barrier exists. We would like to reach at least ten percentof the New American population.
Current Needs of Kimball-JenkinsIncrease awareness and broaden appeal by developing and distributing marketing and publicity materials. We havemade a $30,000 investment this year in marketing and outreach in an effort to enhance awareness of our programs, events,and facilities. We would like to sustain or increase this investment for the upcoming year to improve attendance at events,increase the number of students in our classrooms, as well as increase use of the gardens and buildings.Increase community involvement through volunteerrecruitment. Volunteers are vital to the success of ourorganization. We need volunteers to work on committeessuch as Building and Grounds, Finance, Programming,Public Relations, and Gardens. We also have opportunitiesfor volunteers who wish to intern in the classroom and office,as well as engage in short-term volunteer activities.Promote local and regional artists by hosting exhibitions in the estate’s Carriage House Gallery, Jill ColdrenWilson Gallery and the Carolyn Jenkins Student Gallery. The Kimball-Jenkins Estate offers an unparalleled opportunityto showcase emerging and established artists in a variety of gallery spaces. Not only does this provide an opportunity for theartist, but it provides an opportunity to the public to see art to which they would not normally have free access. The costof providing these gallery exhibits ranges from $2,500 to $5,000.Some additional current needs include a new carpet inthe Carriage House, an entrance sign, and a newbathroom. The carpet in the Carriage House is very warnand at least a decade old. The estimated cost of newcarpeting is $8000. An "Event Entrance"sign estimated at $500 is needed to direct all visitors and attendeesto events. We need a new bathroom in the Carriage House whichsees the majority of our function and event activity. The estimatedcost to replace the fixtures and flooring is $8,000. We can alsouse six 48" roundtables and nine 36" round tables.Enhance the efficiency and quality of services to our community by increasing the number of personnel andteaching staff. An administrative assistant at a hiring rate of 30K annually and additional teaching staff with an approximatebudget of $6000 per trimester.The Kimball-Jenkins School of Art respectfully requests donations in $250 increments from individuals to supportthe Carolyn Jenkins Scholarship Fund. The Carolyn Jenkins Scholarship Fund was established to offer hands-on art-making experiences for children, teens, and adults. This grant will allow additional students who may never have anopportunity to take art classes to receive a scholarship to the School of Art and participate in an art course.Kimball Jenkins needs your help to promote the mission of the organization. $30,000 will help us to market the artsand programs in the capital region and beyond.Finally, we wish to create an endowment. The endowment would be managed by the New Hampshire CharitableFoundation and be created to ensure the long-term success of the School of Art and preservation of our historicallysignificant buildings and grounds for generations to come.
Why Support Kimball-Jenkins? Why Support Arts Education?It is said that the arts stimulate the imagination, bring understanding where there is confusion, create peacewhere there is chaos, offer hope when the worldseems bleak, and turn passivity into passion. The firststepping-stone to the benefits of the arts is arteducation provided by knowledgeable and inspirationalinstructors. Many in our community have not beenable to take art classes or workshops due to their lifecircumstances. By working together you and the„School of Art‟ can change that, and potentially, foreverchange a life. „The School of Art‟ at the Kimball-JenkinsEstate is the only arts school in the greater Concord areaopen to people of all ages and all educational and skilllevels. Not only does it offer classes and workshops inthe visual and performing arts , but it also offers specialtieslike Painted Canvas Floor Cloths, Architectural Rendering, Tai Chi and Zentangle.Many students tell us that without „The School of Art‟ they simplycould not take art classes. Not only because we areaffordable and offer top quality instruction, but alsobecause we are convenient. Most are not able to travelelsewhere due to expense and schedules. And locationis critical for parents of children who attend our popular We need the financialsummer art camp and after school classes. Add thefact that many area schools are reducing their art assistance and volunteerprograms due to budget cuts and you can see why the time of the communitySchool of Art today is, indispensible. and you.Why We Need Your Donation And HowWe Will Use It Please give generously!!!Tuition alone does not cover our costs, let alone allow us to expand and improve to benefit our community. Toadequately serve the community we need your help. Over the past two years, „The School of Art‟ has doubled itsclass offerings and the number of students it serves. But each year there is a demand for more classes, moreworkshops and a broader range of arts subjects. To respond to this demand we need to add more top qualityinstructors, convert more rooms into studio space, upgrade our current studio spaces and common areas andreplace obsolete equipment and furnishings.A core component of the School‟s mission is to serve those without the means to afford ouralready low tuitions. We receive far more requests for aid than we can accommodate. We wouldalso like to expand the assistance we give to other segments of society, such as those living on afixed income, veterans and families of those serving in our military. The Benefits of Contributing To Our Annual Fund„The School of Art‟ is part of the Carolyn Jenkins Charitable Trust which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofitorganization with the tax ID #02-6055621. Your donation is tax deductible. But more importantly yourcontribution will allow more people to share the benefits of quality arts education, enriching their lives and ourcommunity .
Become A Supporter Today and Join Others Who Are Committed To The Mission of Kimball Jenkins. Our Faithful Supporters Donated Approximately $Over 75,000 in 2011. A total of 75 businesses and individuals contributed to Kimball-Jenkins 2011 Renaissance Annual Fund Drive54 Individuals gave donations of up to $50011 Individuals gave donations of $500 to $10006 Individuals gave donations of $1000 to $50002 Individuals gave donations of $10,000 or more2 businesses gave donations of $2000 or more Are you the next supporter? YOUR NAME HERE _____________________
Gifts and DonationsThe organization solicits and gratefully accepts gifts that help theorganization further and fulfill its mission. Certain types of gifts aresubject to review before acceptance. The primary consideration in giftsunder review is the impact of the gift on the organization. Theorganization does not accept gifts that are in conflict with its mission,jeopardize its status or are too difficult to administer in relation to theirvalue. How to Give Your 1. All donors are encouraged to seek the advice of their Donations financial advisor, tax advisor and/or attorney when planning or making a gift of consequence to the Kimball- Jenkins Charitable Trust. 1. Online with Paypal at www.kimballjenkins.com click 2. The organization generally accepts the following gifts without review: “giving tab” Cash, including check, money order, credit card and online payments. Or Marketable securities Bequests and Beneficiary Designations under 2. Pay by check or credit card by Revocable Trusts, Life Insurance policies, Annuities calling 603.225.3932 and Retirement Plans Charitable Remainder Trusts Or Charitable Lead Trusts 3. Mail check or money order to 3. The following gifts are subject to review by the Kimball-Jenkins c/o “Donations” Kimball-Jenkins Board of Directors Fundraising Committee: at 266 North Main Street Tangible Personal Property Concord, NH 03301 Life Insurance Real Estate 4. The Kimball-Jenkins Charitable Trust will seek the assistance of legal counsel regarding the acceptance of the following gifts: Securities with restricted buy or sell provisions Documents that name the organization as trustee or that require the organization to act in a fiduciary capacity Gifts with potential conflicts of interest Gifts of property which may be subject to environmental or other restrictions/requirements All gifts and 5. The Kimball-Jenkins Charitable Trust will not accept the following: donations are tax Gifts that are outside of the organization‟s mission or charter deductible. Gifts that would result in the organization losing its tax exempt status or other negative consequence Gifts that are too difficult or expensive to administer in relation to their value Gifts that discourage other donors or future gifts
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