Our nonprofit, Pedals2People, just got its 501c3.
As we are trying to develop projects and determine our focus under our new status we thought it would be great to get some insight from all of you that have more experience (been around for a while).
Anyone that would like to, please feel free to answer any of the following questions:
1.)  What is your main source of funding?
2.)  If you have a space, how are you covering your costs?
3.)  Do you have paid staff?
4.)  Are you financially self-sustaining or grant funded? 
Thanks for your help!  If you have any other suggestions or ideas or questions i forgot that you would like to answer, please do!
Beth Mort
Vice President

On Tue, Oct 7, 2008 at 3:24 PM, Boson Au <boson.au@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi everyone, Boson from Baltimore, MD's Velocipede Bike Project...

First of all, @ bike!bike! the education-related workshops were the one that inspired/interested me the most.  We got back and the first thing I want to kick-start was our clinic program which had be suspended due to a multitude of reasons... anyways...

so we're about to reinstate our bike clinic series (previously we had one person do ALL the teaching and she's about to leave out of town for 3 months so we've decided that we're going to try to have a group of educators rotate classes) and I'm interested in any organizations that hold regular classes...  This isn't exactly a youth program but more like a general public thing.  We do have a curriculum, but I'm kind of interested in other project's solutions.  If any project has their own curriculum set up and want to trade/compare notes that'd be so awesome.

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