The Multi-source financing of the culture organizations
The multi-source financing is the financially economic goal for the non-profit organizations in the culture (the combination of the public budgets, individual and firm donators and sponsors. foundations and economic activities). These subjects are feeling mostly the deepening of the financial problems. These problems result from the restriction of the subvention of the NGO-s from public budgets (it is typical for culture). The enterprises restrict their subvention of NGO-s too, they must be motivated to the support of culture). The experience of the professional application of the fundraising methods is growing. The long term partners must be saved. The confidence between the environment and NGO-s is very fundamental. The economic activities must be professional prepared. The consideration of other methods requires the reliable quantitative research.
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Volume (Year): 2011 (2011)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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