IFTF’s 2022 transparency report is online, summarizing the organization’s activity over the previous calendar year, including its financial income and expenditures.
From the summary:
The organization spent around $15,000 in 2022 on various services that power its programs, also distributing more than $7,500 in IFComp prize money. The community once again donated generously to cover these costs, and IFTF ended the year with around $13,000 in the bank, about $1,000 less than it held the year before.
A few highlights of IFTF’s 2022 activity:
- IFTF adopted IFWiki, launching a new standing program for the ongoing growth and upkeep of this long-lived IF community resource.
- The NarraScope conference returned, after taking the previous year off. It was a resounding success, returning the event to an annual schedule.
- As detailed later in this document, IFTF paid for expert and consulting services to help with various projects run by four separate programs. This suggests a positive trend of IFTF taking a more proactive stance in community stewardship.