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Your Support Made 2014 a Great Year for BAVC

Thanks to the generous support of individual and institutional supporters like you, BAVC had an excellent year in 2014. What follows in the pages of this annual report are some of the highlights of 2014, concluding with our financial statements.

As you will see in those figures, BAVC ended the year well, and served more than 6,000 people, which is 1,000 more than we served in 2013. We added staff, program services, and implemented new internal systems that helped us to reach new programmatic goals efficiently. We could not have done any of this without your support, and hundreds of others like you, who believe in our mission. Thank you for your generosity, and for helping BAVC lead the way in empowering media makers to create work for social change.

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As I write this welcome letter to BAVC’s 2013 Annual Report, I am struck by how much was accomplished over the course of the year, how many collaborations BAVC developed with community partners, both locally and nationally, and how much we have grown.

We always hope to share our good news in these pages, and this year I am thrilled to report that, based on our 2013 audit, we are becoming more financially stable and growing in ways that both expand our programs and support our mission of empowering media creators of all kinds to change our world for the better.

 

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In the 2012 Annual Report you’ll learn about our programs that support youth, adults, social issue documentary makers, institutions and artists, and under and unemployed individuals. In addition to equipping such a diverse constituency with new skills and resources, we hope that everyone we serve leaves BAVC re-energized to create social change on both a personal and community level.

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BAVC has developed a broad base of support over its 35 year history with an impressive set of funders that represent BAVC’s diverse activities. In 2011 BAVC received support from government funders such as the National Endowment for the Arts, Corporation for Public Broadcasting and National Science Foundation, from corporate sponsors such as Adobe, Comcast and Nokia, and national foundations such as The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Ford Foundation, The Nathan Cummings Foundation and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, just to name a few. In addition, BAVC was fortunate to receive support from key California and Bay Area foundations such as the The James Irvine Foundation, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The San Francisco Foundation, as well as critical family foundations, all of which play a critical role in BAVC’s support system. BAVC also relied on in kind donations to provide additional support for our programming. For a full list of institutional and in kind supporters, please see Institutional Giving list.

 

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As we look back on 2010 at BAVC we see it was a year full of growth and change. We made concerted efforts to expand local and international partnerships, we worked with City of San Francisco to continue operations of the City’s Public Access station and grow broadband technology for the City. BAVC youth traveled nationally to share what they have created in our programs, and Creative Program award recipients developed and deployed projects that engage people all over the world.

 

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