Anticipated per filing of audit for 2013.....$35,130, which may include $25,000 from the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, given as Walker Sanders pitched the Performing Arts Center to City Council. Sanders and the CFGG apparently wants the money back at some point, according the the Sustainability Plan spread sheet.
Projected Grants, including Online, School, College, and Special Adult Education
paid for by entities other than the Civil Rights Museum;
City of Greensboro Support for the Civil Rights Museum, as of February 6, 2014
"Museum Tours" Revenue Past and Projected
"Special Events" Revenue Past and Projected
Yvonne Johnson, Greensboro City Council; Skip Alston, Candidate for NC District 28; Earl Jones, Candidate for NC District 60
From the 1/31/2014 sustainability plan; "ICRCM is grateful that it has secured a $1,500,000 allocation from the City Council."
From the Civil Rights Museum Audit; $4,500,000 + $1,160,000 = What did the Sit in Movement do with the $5,660,000 in fees?
From the Civil Rights Museum 2012 Audit; Looks like they owe Carolina Bank $987,000 by Friday, February 15, 2014