If my organization is not charged to use the public space where our Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series will take place, can use of that public space count towards in-kind matching funds?

Posted on 2:42 pm

If the entity that owns or manages the public space typically charges a fee for use of that space, and your organization will not be required to pay that fee, then the amount of that fee can count as an in-kind contribution. However, if the fee is typically waived for nonprofits that use the space, it would not count as an in-kind contribution.