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ADVANCING THE ARTS ACROSS MARYLAND

<b>MARYLAND CULTURAL DATA PROJECT</b>

<b>MARYLAND CULTURAL DATA PROJECT</b>

New Comparison Reports Now Available

January 28, 2009News

Compare your organization to others throughout Maryland and Pennsylvania today.

With the activation of these powerful Comparison Reports, you now have access to the full range of tools provided by the Maryland Cultural Data Project! Learn how to use comparison data to better make your case to donors and funders by benchmarking your organization against others in Maryland AND Pennsylvania! Better yet, as other states adopt the Cultural Data Project you will be able to compare your organization to others in California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York and Ohio!

All data used in the comparison reports will be displayed in aggregate, showing the average and the median only--never disclosing any given organization's data.

Attend a Maryland CDP User Reports Webinar and learn how to run these powerful reports.

These sessions will be conducted via WebEx, an online conferencing tool that facilitates online meetings, accompanied by a toll-free call. In order to take part in the meeting, participants will need simultaneous access to a broadband internet connection and a phone.

User Reports Webinar
February 3, 2009
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
REGISTER

User Reports Webinar
February 6, 2009
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
REGISTER

Questions? Visit Maryland Cultural Data Project or contact the Maryland CDP Help Desk or 1-866-9-MD-DATA.

The Maryland CDP is a collaborative effort of: Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Baltimore Community Foundation, Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts, Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, Maryland Historical Trust, and the Maryland State Arts Council.

The Maryland CDP is administered by The Pew Charitable Trusts - Building Strength through Information.