May 2013 Staff Dashboard

May 2013 Staff Dashboard

May Revenue & Expenses


Membership: $17,648, 139%

w/Accrual, writeoff: $7291, 57%


Underwriting: $12,448, 92%

Grants: $6253, 79%


Gross Profit: $31,288, 90%

Expenses: $37,120, 82%


Bottom Line: In May, we lost $5,833 but had expected to lose $10,443.


Calexico settlement received, the show made a total of $9973


Membership acquisition mailing has almost paid for itself


A handful of new underwriters were added in the month

YTD Revenue & Expenses


Membership: $188,327, 104%

w/Accrual, writeoff:

$176,203, 98%


Underwriting: $98,384, 97%

Grants: $50,025, 78%


Gross Profit: $340,638, 93%

Expenses: $347,847, 96%


Bottom Line: 8 months into our fiscal year, we have lost $7210. We budgeted a $3,333 profit.


Budgeted loss for June: $2782


Grant expenditures pick up over the remaining months of the year


Auto donations continues to struggle. Glass repair $$ in June

Capital campaign YTD


Pledged: $160,514


Raised: $55,745

Spent: $60,341 (-$4597)


Deb is completing more trainings for solicitors and appointments are constantly being scheduled


The brochure is done!


Deb and the staff continue to meet weekly to identify and prioritize donors at the $5K level and higher.


Smith & Dale’s Walter Whalen is looking at grant funding, both capital campaign and operations

The GM Corner


All paperwork for license renewal was filed in May


Work continues on the draft budget for FY14


Three of four employee annual reviews have been completed; Michelle’s is June 21st


Plans continue for our 30th Anniversary celebration in November and December


Website redesign progressing nicely, launch in August?


Health insurance costs will be going up about 14%


Volunteer photo day went well


The June auction raised $6320, about 90% of what was budgeted. Programming


New programs: The Party of Special Things To Do, Observations of Deviance, The New World, Sarah on the Early Morning Mix. Earth Tips from Sierra Club and Sound Beats replace Earth & Sky.


Kids deejay classes start in July.


Amanda and Cathy are teaching adult classes in June; 9 students this time. Long wait list.


Mini-program review and DJ air checks from Cathy are both continuing


Special days of programming: None


Shomo schedule updated


PSAs: Goodwill, Tucson Arts Brigade, 2nd Saturdays, Porchfest, Friends of the Library, Community Food Bank Music


Five Most Played Albums: Iron & Wine, Dawes, Natalie Maines, The Lonely Wild, She & Him


Local Picks of the Week: The Electric Blankets, The Modeens, The Mission Creeps


In-studio performances: Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, The Lonely Wild, Sunbones, Billy Sedlmayr and Gabriel Sullivan, Ronstadt Generations, ChamberLab


KXCI Presents: Yo La Tengo, Father John Misty, !!!, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals


June adds: The National, Laura Marling, Vieux Farka Toure, Fitz & The Tantrums, JC Brooks


New playlisting software effective July 1st, 10 training sessions set for June