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05 May
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INC 2.1 (Engaging)

Posted by:ArtsPond in Pondory

Continuing the month of April's inspired and fiery (yet often late-nite) process of getting our legal libations down to the core, here we go with the first stage  of preparations for Canada Revenue Agency's Form T2050 (Application to Register a Charity Under the Income Tax Act).  The following describes the first of four charitable objects we are proposing, beginning with "cultivating the public's appreciation of the arts".

05 May
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Joint Venture

Posted by:ArtsPond in Recent News

In case you missed it, the Metcalf Foundation, Ontario Trillium Foundation, Ontario Arts Council, and Toronto Arts Council have  announced a landmark, public-private sector joint venture to fund the first charitable shared platform for the arts in Ontario. For more information, please visit the Metcalf Foundation.  A preliminary description of the process follows.  

 

24 April
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INC 1.0 (Articles)

Posted by:ArtsPond in Pondory

April is legal libations month!  Only the first chapter of what is likely to be a long journey with Canada Revenue Agency, there is no other storytelling pitch quite like the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act Form 4001 (Articles of Incorporation). The succinct format requires passionate and real writing, culling, re-writing and cutting still even more to get it down to the core. 

15 March
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Open Sources

Posted by:ArtsPond in Recent News

At ArtsPond, we are committed to maintaining a high degree of transparency including the open public sharing and dissemination of our various models, resources, practices and platforms.

This winter, ArtsPond's 'open sources repository' comes to life with an inaugural stream of excerpts and full texts from our recent funding and partnership proposals including:

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