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The mission HAA's Capacity Building Initiative is to invest, impact, and inform the administrative capacity of arts organizations. …

The mission HAA's Capacity Building Initiative is to invest, impact, and inform the administrative capacity of arts organizations.

Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization that exists to enhance the quality of life and tourism in the Houston region by supporting and promoting the arts through programs, initiatives and alliances.

HAA distributes over $3 million in grants to approximately 220 nonprofit arts organizations and individual artists. In addition, HAA manages the city's civic art collection of 450 artworks, as well as new acquisitions.

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  • 1. Brazilian Arts FoundationIncubator Class of 2013 Capacity Building Initiative Program Overview
  • 2. FreneticoreIncubator Class of 2013 To invest, impact, and inform the administrative capacity of arts organizations toward artistic excellence.
  • 3. 1. INVESTProvide specialized support towards an organization’s infrastructure. Financial Administrative Resources Systems Board Staff Governance Management
  • 4. Sustainability Accelerator Incubator Pre-Incubator
  • 5. Nonprofit Lifecycles: Stage-Based Wisdom for NonProfit Capacity Dr. Susan Kenny Stevens
  • 6. The Initiative at-a-glance PROGRAM: Pre-Incubator Incubator Accelerator Sustainability Develop orgs from Incubate orgs from Accelerate orgs from Sustain mature orgs through Goal idea to start-up start-up to growth growth to maturity decline & turnaroundPartnership Term 12 months 36 months 12 months 12 months Limited awards of $15,000/year Up to Up to Investment $5000 - $7500 for three years $10,000 - $20,000 $20,000 Client residency, Caapcity funding for Capacity funding for Management services & management multiyear strategic Services capacity funding services, & capacity planning or multiyear strategic planning or implementation funding implementationClient budget size $10K - $75K $75K - $200K $100K - $750K $750K+ Client staff size 0 – 1 FTE 0.5 – 2 FTE 2 – 4 FTE Staff > 3 FTE(Full Time Equivalent) Class of 2013 Class of 2013 Class of 2012 Art Cars of Houston Brazilian Arts ArtBridge Class of 2012 Aperio Foundation HITS Theatre BooTown Aurora Picture Show The Back Porch Players Classical Theatre Houston Center for 25 Houston Blues Museum Company Hope Stone Inc. Contemporary Craft Horse Head Theatre Company Current KASH Dance Source Houston Center for MECA Beneficiaries Lone Star Lyric Theatre Festival Houston Photography Mildred’s Umbrella NobleMotion Dance Freneticore Voices Breaking Stark Naked Theatre Company Boundaries WindSync InterActive Theatre Company Accepting new November 2012 May 2013 May 2013 May 2013 Applications
  • 7. 2. IMPACT Case Study of MercuryIncubator ISP (2005) ISP (2007) ISP (2009) ISP (2011) Stabilization (‘03-’06) •Executive Director •Marketing •Development •Earned Income Director Director Generation
  • 8. Case Study: Financial History Profile (2003 – 2011) $1,200,000 Total Revenues (TR) $1,000,000 Total Expenses • Founded in 2000 • (TE) $800,000 Performed 3 public concerts 1st year Ending Net Assets • 3 founding members $600,000 Earned Income • Ensemble managed from home office $400,000 • (EI) 1st Year operating budget = $15K $200,000 Ending Cash Balances (ECB) • Entered Incubator Program in 2003 $- • 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Hired 1st PT Executive Director in 2005Capacity Building Incubator Accelerator Accelerator Accelerator Accelerator Sustainability (‘03-’06) (2005) (2007) (2009) (2011) Investments • Part time • Part time • Part time • Earned Executive Marketing Development Income Director Hire Director Hire Director Hire Generation
  • 9. Case Study: Financial History Profile (2003 – 2011) $1,200,000 Total Revenues (TR) $1,000,000 Total Expenses (TE) $800,000 Ending Net Assets $600,000 $400,000 Earned Income (EI) $200,000 Ending Cash Balances (ECB) $- 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Capacity Building Incubator Accelerator Accelerator Accelerator Accelerator Sustainability (‘03-’06) (2005) (2007) (2009) (2011) Investments • Part time • Part time • Part time • Earned Executive Marketing Development Income Director Hire Director Hire Director Hire Generation
  • 10. Case Study: Financial History Profile (2003 – 2011) $1,200,000 Total Revenues (TR) • 436% revenue growth in 7 years $1,000,000 • Performing over 50 concerts a Total Expenses (TE) $800,000 season Ending Net Assets $600,000 • 27 board members Earned Income $400,000 • 6 staff members (4 added through (EI) $200,000 HAA’s Capacity Building Initiative) Ending Cash Balances (ECB) $- 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Capacity Building Incubator Accelerator Accelerator Accelerator Accelerator Sustainability (‘03-’06) (2005) (2007) (2009) (2011) Investments • Part time • Part time • Part time • Earned Executive Marketing Development Income Director Hire Director Hire Director Hire Generation
  • 11. 3. INFORMEnd of Grant Presentations | Learning Sessions | Workshops
  • 12. Building a Culture of Learning Sustainability Accelerator Incubator Pre-Incubator
  • 13. Capacity Building Initiative Business Grants Volunteers Program for the Arts strengthen our beneficiaries Arts Power to Database Give Program Patron ManagerPhoto courtesy of Voices Breaking BoundariesIncubator Class of 2011
  • 14. For more information Please contact: Jerome Vielman Programs & Services Manager Houston Arts Alliance 3201 Allen Parkway, Suite 250 Houston, Texas, 77019 Direct: 713.581.6122 Email: jerome@haatx.com www.houstonartsalliance.com 14