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"How do you plan a budget when you don't know what your box office is going to look like or what your sales are going to look like. It's a profoundly unsettling time." Karen Mittelman, executive director of the Vermont Arts Council

Vermont's arts and cultural organizations are an industry valued at more than $123 million, yet the pandemic has created a serious threat—cutting revenue at some locations by as much as 80 percent. Our latest brief shares three actions you can take today to help Vermont's arts and cultural organizations continue to weather the pandemic.

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Up, Up, and Away: Three things donors can do to help Vermont cope with soaring inflation

It's visible at the gas pump and the grocery checkout. In December 2021, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) jumped 7 percent, the largest 12-month increase since 1982. Moreover, inflation tends to hurt people at the bottom of the income ladder more than those at the top.

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