Further Confusion 2004

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Further Confusion guests of honor

Further Confusion 2004 was a furry convention, the sixth annual Further Confusion.

Further Confusion 2004
The Further Confusion 2004 T-shirt

The charity auction benefited Bay Area Bears and The Exotic Feline Breeding Center. One painting, (Eyes of the Night by Goldenwolf) went for $10,000 at Further Confusion 2004, the result of a close, fierce bid battle between Flint Otterhall and a local appreciator of furry art.

Financials

Fursuits P-Dawg and Chance in the halls at Further Confusion 2004
Fursuits in the hall at FC2004

Anthropomorphic Arts and Education, Inc. started the year with $87345 in assets, including $20027 in cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $104926 in assets, including $38079 in cash. Liabilities started at $29013 and ended at $26517, making their gain/loss for the year $20077 ($18052 in cash), and their net balance $78409.

Their total revenue was $134923, of which $98545 was from memberships, $27895 was from donations and $1243 was from merchandise, after accounting for the cost of goods sold. The net income/loss of special events (included in revenue) was $7240.

Their expenses came to $87606, of which $0 was for occupancy, $6164 for equipment rental and maintenance and $8738 for printing.

Source: Anthropomorphic Arts and Education, Inc. Form 990 (description) from Foundation Center
Note: These financials provide just a brief overview, and should be considered in context. Each convention has its own situation, which may change from year to year. Special events (like art shows) that are part of a charity's mission are usually run at a loss. Conventions typically have many other expenses which may come to far more than those listed. Check the source for further details.

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