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Oregon Crusaders

(Note: the corps filed the Short Form (EZ) in 2009 and, as such, there is very little detail available. I'll report numbers from 2009 where available.)

Statement of Revenue

(Note: Revenues are divided into three categories: "Contributions, gifts, grants, etc", "Program Service Revenue", and "Other Revenue")

Contributions, gifts, grants, etc

2009: $12,500

2010: $19,767 (gov't grant)

2011: $51,133 (gov't grant)

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Oregon Crusaders

Statement of Revenue

Program Service Revenue

OC drum corps Member Dues

2009: N/A

2010: $122,879

2011: $198,257

OC Indoor (drum line)

2009: N/A

2010: $53,792

2011: $68,897

Income (Note: no further details available)

2009: N/A

2010: $63,644

2011: $4,677

Total Program Service Revenue

2009: $230,708

2010: $240,315

2011: $271,831

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Oregon Crusaders

Statement of Revenue

Other Revenue

Net income from fundraising events

2009: N/A

2010: $25,135

2011: $48,853

Total Revenue

2009: $242,308

2010: $285,217

2011: $371,817

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As I've said before, recently, if member dues are an indication of popularity, OC is gaining ground whether it's the ability to charge more (for the same number of recruits) or charge the same for more auditionees.

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I think the G7 stole your thunder.

This is a great thread to go hand in hand with that though.

And I hope the DCI BOD knows the financial state of all the corps that are going for a power grab, and saying they know better (or don't know... since they admitted they have no clue.... arfghghs!!!!)

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I said Pause For Comments!

:tongue:/>/>

Beuhler? Beuhler?

Where's Miss Moneypenny when you need her!

:tongue:

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My hunch is that they don't have delusions of grandeur or suffer from "Top-12"-itis, where attempting to compete, financially, with the top-3 is both a state-of-mind and enbedded in the DNA of their directors.

Limiting tour, focusing on local geography, and a constant attitude of building a safety net instead of spending every penny every year.

Seems like common sense no matter where a corps places.

and this was a corps that took in several teal kids at a discounted rate

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Oregon Crusaders

Statement of Functional Expenses

(Note: Expense line items are categorized into one or more of three expense types: "Program Service Expense (PSE)", "Management and General Expense (MGE)", and "Fundraising Expense (FRE)".

Other Salaries and Wages

2009: $48,000 (On the EZ Form, it's titled "Professional Fees and other payments to independent contractors")

2010: PSE: $52,553

2011: PSE: $69,903

Office Expense

2009: Not Reported

2010: MGE: $14,998

2011: MGE: $35,861

Tour and Travel Expenses

2009: Not Reported

2010: PSE: $120,606

2011: PSE: $163,592

(Note: The rest of the expenses are miscellaneous not repeated from year to year. For example: "Other OCI Expenses", "Program Costs", "Instrument Maintenance", etc.)

Total Functional Expenses

2009: $268,168

2010: $233,606

2011: $361,702

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