Note: This information is extracted from the 2019 Annual Report and is presented here for convenience.
The East European Folklife Center has an operating surplus of $1,000 as of September 30, 2019, as compared to a budgeted deficit of just under $11,000.
This gives us a combined total of $58,943 in restricted income in FY19 which is not included in the graphs showing annual operating income. On the graph for income, gifts for scholarships are included in the year in which the awards are made, not in the year in which the gifts were given. The endowment is invested in no-fee, no-load market index funds and is not included in the annual operating funds graphs.