Arts groups still struggle to survive - Connecticut Post: he Ailey concert was free, but donations were accepted, and many tied to Neighborhood Studios hoped those in attendance would be generous. "Fundraising is a major issue -- more this year than other years," said Frank Derico, executive director of the 37-year-old organization.
Though charitable giving rebounded both nationally and in Connecticut since the 2008 recession, many small nonprofits are still struggling. That's particularly true of organizations connected to the arts that don't have endowments, such as Neighborhood Studios.
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