Midwest Furry Fandom, Inc.

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Midwest Furry Fandom, Inc. is the parent corporation of Midwest FurFest. The corporation was created in Glen Ellyn, Illinois in 1999 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. In the fall of 2006, the corporation moved its headquarters (its post office box) to Mount Prospect, Illinois.

Board of Directors[edit]

The founding Board of Directors for Midwest Furry Fandom, Inc. were:

Over the years, Stevie, Tiresta, Firewing, and Moryssa have voluntarily left the board, and Linnaeus (Paul Lester), Mirko, Gary Breuckman (puma), Kyle Webb (Hartree Fox), Andrew Miller and T. Murono have been added.

The officers for 2007-8 are:

  • President: Robert King
  • Secretary: Tom Rogers
  • Treasurer: Andrew Miller

Financials[edit]

2002[edit]

Midwest Furry Fandom started the year with $17274 in assets, all cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $16661 in assets, all cash. Liabilities started at $1847 and ended at $1433, making their gain/loss for the year $-199, and their net balance $15228.

Their total revenue was $27739, of which $26961 was from memberships, $672 was from donations.

Their expenses came to $27938, of which $8658 was for occupancy and utilities and $7662 for printing, postage and shipping.

Source: Midwest Furry Fandom Form 990-EZ (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.

2003[edit]

Midwest Furry Fandom started the year with $16661 in assets, all cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $19426 in assets, all cash. Liabilities started at $1433 and ended at $3299, making their gain/loss for the year $899, and their net balance $16127.

Their total revenue was $36282, of which $31854 was from memberships, $4413 was from donations.

Their expenses came to $35383, of which $13632 was for occupancy and utilities and $4267 for printing, postage and shipping.

Source: Midwest Furry Fandom Form 990-EZ (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.

2004[edit]

Midwest Furry Fandom started the year with $19426 in assets, all cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $9077 in assets, all cash. Liabilities started at $3299 and ended at $341, making their gain/loss for the year $-7391, and their net balance $8736.

Their total revenue was $39266, of which $35700 was from memberships, $3564 was from donations.

Their expenses came to $46657, of which $14771 was for occupancy and utilities and $6147 for printing, postage and shipping.

Source: Midwest Furry Fandom Form 990-EZ (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.

2005[edit]

Midwest Furry Fandom started the year with $9077 in assets, all cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $19913 in assets, all cash. Liabilities started at $341 and ended at $1301, making their gain/loss for the year $9876, and their net balance $18612.

Their total revenue was $42780, of which $38675 was from memberships, $4105 was from donations.

Their expenses came to $32904, of which $unknown was for occupancy and utilities and $7392 for printing, postage and shipping.

Source: Midwest Furry Fandom Form 990-EZ (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.

2006[edit]

Midwest Furry Fandom started the year with $19913 in assets, all cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $22815 in assets, all cash. Liabilities started at $1301 and ended at $0, making their gain/loss for the year $4203, and their net balance $22815.

Their total revenue was $63186, of which $60454 was from memberships, $2732 was from donations.

Their expenses came to $58983, of which $unknown was for occupancy and utilities, $2938 for labor and professional fees and $7328 for printing, postage and shipping.

Source: Midwest Furry Fandom Form 990-EZ (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.

2007[edit]

Midwest Furry Fandom started the year with $22815 in assets, all cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $36821 in assets, all cash. Liabilities started at $0 and ended at $2604, making their gain/loss for the year $11402, and their net balance $34217.

Their total revenue was $63872, of which $61122 was from memberships, $2750 was from donations.

Their expenses came to $52470, of which $unknown was for occupancy and utilities, $1279 for labor and professional fees and $8428 for printing, postage and shipping.

Source: Midwest Furry Fandom Form 990-EZ (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.

2008[edit]

Midwest Furry Fandom started the year with $36821 in assets, all cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $46467 in assets, all cash. Liabilities started at $2604 and ended at $3027, making their gain/loss for the year $9223, and their net balance $43440.

Their total revenue was $76534, of which $72754 was from memberships, $3780 was from donations.

Their expenses came to $67311, of which $unknown was for occupancy and utilities, $1894 for labor and professional fees and $10560 for printing, postage and shipping.

Source: Midwest Furry Fandom Form 990-EZ (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.

2009[edit]

Midwest Furry Fandom started the year with $46467 in assets, all cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $16160 in assets, all cash. Liabilities started at $3027 and ended at $645, making their gain/loss for the year $-27925, and their net balance $15515.

Their total revenue was $84430, of which $79458 was from memberships, $4972 was from donations.

Their expenses came to $112355, of which $6039 was for occupancy and utilities, $2820 for labor and professional fees and $8813 for printing, postage and shipping.

Source: Midwest Furry Fandom Form 990-EZ (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.

2010[edit]

Midwest Furry Fandom started the year with $16160 in assets, including $15515 in cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $27817 in assets, all cash. Liabilities started at $645 and ended at $0, making their gain/loss for the year $12302 ($12302 in cash), and their net balance $27817.

Their total revenue was $92991, of which $84965 was from memberships, $6494 was from donations.

Their expenses came to $80689, of which $[unknown] was for occupancy and utilities, $973 for labor and professional fees and $[unknown] for printing, postage and shipping.

Source: Midwest Furry Fandom Form 990-EZ (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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