This chapter suggests ways a nonprofit children’s choir or youth choir organization can successfully navigate the financial world. When a new choir is established, artistic planning should be accompanied by responsible financial planning while a solid financial structure is necessary to sustain it. Managing balance sheets, revenue streams, grant writings, audits, and annual budgets is important in securing a strong financial structure for the choral organization. The founding director will likely have a good understanding of what specific resources will be needed because he knows what the vision will be for the choir.
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