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Noisebridge needs money to run. Quite a lot, actually. Its about $5,000/mo.

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[edit] Monthly Expenses and Dues

Typical monthly amount Expense category Notes
$4,356.00 Rent Up from $3960 last year
$789.08 Tor Project Self-supporting but income is counted in our totals
$526.18 Utilities Will add more info.
$235.35 Accounting Mostly CPA fees for dealing with the state
$192.33 Garbage & Recycling Twice weekly pickup is more expensive
$189.29 Printing T-shirts and stickers
$183.48 Insurance An annual expense
$180.38 Internet Monkeybrains and Sonic
$161.40 Water SFPUC
$104.74 Bank Fees Mostly paypal
$25.33 Misc PO box, misc 2169 repair supplies

[edit] Financial Reports

Financial Report - August 17, 2017

Noisebridge has $86,771.69 in the bank.

_Breakdown:_ $43,903 in the general fund, which is nearly 9 months of regular expenses. $30,884.53 for Noisetor $7,027.73 in the equipment fund $2,438.81 in the Thomas J. Shutt Memorial Fund $2,000 in the broadcast fund $142.62 in the laser maintenance fund $375 from Friends of the Public Library to reimburse Circuit Hacking Mondays for kits

Notes:

This running total takes into account Noisetor’s donations since August 8th and their 5% contribution to the general fund for fiscal sponsorship.

Today we reimbursed the laser working group $1,205.67 from the laser maintenance fund for purchases of wood and cardboard.

Financial Report - August 8, 2017

Noisebridge has $84,008.11 in the bank.

_Breakdown:_ $40,633.25 in the general fund, which is just over 8 months of regular expenses. $30,761.03 for Noisetor $7,027.73 in the equipment fund $2,093.81 in the Thomas J. Shutt Memorial Fund $2,000 in the broadcast fund $1,117.29 in the laser maintenance fund $375 from Friends of the Public Library to reimburse Circuit Hacking Mondays for kits

Note: This running total takes into account Noisetor’s donations since August 3rd and their 5% contribution to the general fund for fiscal sponsorship.

  • August 3, 2017*

Noisebridge has $83,545.47 in the bank.

_Breakdown:_ $40,220.01 in the general fund, which is just over 8 months of regular expenses. $30,711.63 for Noisetor $7,027.73 in the equipment fund $2,093.81 in the Thomas J. Shutt Memorial Fund $2,000 in the broadcast fund $1,117.29 in the laser maintenance fund $375 from Friends of the Public Library to reimburse Circuit Hacking Mondays for kits

Note: This running total takes into account Noisetor’s donations since July 28, 2017, their 5% contribution to the general fund for fiscal sponsorship, and their most recent payment for hosting.

The running total for Noisetor is not official and for general reference purposes only. The official total will be calculated manually at least once every two months until we have a more automated process.

  • August 2, 2017*

Noisebridge has $84,585.91 in the bank.

_Breakdown:_ $39,738.70 in the general fund, which is just shy of 8 months of regular expenses. $32,233.38 for Noisetor $7,027.73 in the equipment fund $2,093.81 in the Thomas J. Shutt Memorial Fund $2,000 in the broadcast fund $1,117.29 in the laser maintenance fund $375 from Friends of the Public Library to reimburse Circuit Hacking Mondays for kits

  • July 31, 2017*

Noisebridge has $83,933.09 in the bank. Here’s the breakdown of that money: $32,233.38 for Noisetor, $1,117.29 in the laser maintenance fund, $2,093.81 in the Thomas J. Shutt Memorial Fund, $7,139 for the equipment fund, $2,000 for the broadcast fund, $375 from Friends of the Public Library to reimburse Circuit Hacking Mondays for kits, leaving around $38,974.61 for the general fund, which is nearly 8 months of regular expenses. August rent was paid.


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