The museum receives funding from the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs. We participate in the Cultural Data Project (CDP) as a result. The CDP is the emerging national standard for data collection in the arts and cultural sector.
The CDP offers a turnkey solution to each state, with all technology and services provided centrally through the CDP’s Philadelphia headquarters. CDP staff support all current and future participants, including organizations, grantmakers and researchers/advocates.
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The Great Lakes Children’s Museum’s fiscal year begins on July 1 and ends on June 30. Our organization’s tax returns (Form 990) are a matter of public record and can be accessed here, and through Guidestar.org and through the IRS.