Performing Arts of Maitland Inc.
117 Whitecaps Cir
Maitland FL 32751
Contact Information
Address 117 Whitecaps Cir
Maitland, FL 32751
Phone (407) 339 5984 219
Fax (407) 2606110
Web and Social Media
Donate with a credit card https://www.PAMaitland.org
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MSO 2016
Mission
Mission
Performing Arts of Maitland (PAM), brings neighbors together in performance art. PAM provides the opportunity for volunteers and musicians to perform their art for their families and neighbors.
PAM is an umbrella organization determined that the arts continue to play an integral role in helping the Maitland community establish and maintain its cultural identity. PAM provides support for the following groups: Maitland Symphony Orchestra (MSO), Maitland Market Music (M3), Maitland Stage Band (MSB), Baroque Chamber Orchestra (BCO), PAM Cares and Creative Arts for Life (CAL).  Each of these groups have their unique missions in the community of entertaining and educating their audiences.
 
MSO Mission:
 
-Provide orchestral performance opportunities for community volunteer musicians of all ages
-Conduct performances that educate and enrich community audiences
-Provide collaboration with other performing art mediums, i.e., acting, dancing, choral, puppeteer
-Provide educational outreach to our audiences using innovative scripts and production
-Provide opportunity for young community artists to grow as soloists or ensemble participants
-Expand opportunities for ensemble formation and performances within the community
 
 
M3 partners with community venues and provides music that satisfies and enhances their events.
 
MSB notoriously keeps the sounds of American big band music to life.
 
BCO brings a special sound to the stage with 16 stringed instruments and a harpsichord and brings a modern flavor with their "Baroque and Beyond" concert series.  
 
CAL’s goal is to celebrate Senior’s lives with programs for life long learning and self expression through active participation in the Creative Arts. 
 
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director June Flowers
Board Chair Dr Jeff S Flowers
Board Chair Company Affiliation Flowers Chemical Laboratores
History
IRS Ruling Year 2006
Financial Summary
Revenue vs Expense Bar Graph
 
 
Projected Revenue $135,403.00
Projected Expenses $135,403.00
Statements
Mission
Performing Arts of Maitland (PAM), brings neighbors together in performance art. PAM provides the opportunity for volunteers and musicians to perform their art for their families and neighbors.
PAM is an umbrella organization determined that the arts continue to play an integral role in helping the Maitland community establish and maintain its cultural identity. PAM provides support for the following groups: Maitland Symphony Orchestra (MSO), Maitland Market Music (M3), Maitland Stage Band (MSB), Baroque Chamber Orchestra (BCO), PAM Cares and Creative Arts for Life (CAL).  Each of these groups have their unique missions in the community of entertaining and educating their audiences.
 
MSO Mission:
 
-Provide orchestral performance opportunities for community volunteer musicians of all ages
-Conduct performances that educate and enrich community audiences
-Provide collaboration with other performing art mediums, i.e., acting, dancing, choral, puppeteer
-Provide educational outreach to our audiences using innovative scripts and production
-Provide opportunity for young community artists to grow as soloists or ensemble participants
-Expand opportunities for ensemble formation and performances within the community
 
 
M3 partners with community venues and provides music that satisfies and enhances their events.
 
MSB notoriously keeps the sounds of American big band music to life.
 
BCO brings a special sound to the stage with 16 stringed instruments and a harpsichord and brings a modern flavor with their "Baroque and Beyond" concert series.  
 
CAL’s goal is to celebrate Senior’s lives with programs for life long learning and self expression through active participation in the Creative Arts. 
 
Impact Most of PAM's performances are at public art openings, fund raising events and outdoor concerts. It is feasible to say PAM reached an audience of over 100,000 last year. PAM rehearsals and performances are open to the public and most are free of charge. The same goals are set for this year.

MSO had 5 concerts last year: ‘The Magic of Youth’, 'A Russian Christmas!' outdoor Halloween at Mead Botanical Garden and 2 concerts at the church where they rehearse.

MMM performers entertained Sunday’s from 10AM-1PM at Maitland Farmers Market, at Venue on the Lake events with Michelee Puppets, the American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life”, Art & History Museums-Maitland openings, Bird’s of Prey and Enzian events including the Florida Film Festival.  M3 performers played on 2 stages continuously from Friday evening through Sunday afternoon at Art Under the Stars, Maitland Rotary Art Festival.

Maitland Stage Band opened the Art Under the Stars, Maitland Rotary Art Festival on stage at Lake Lily Park.  MSB was the main event at a National Pray Day concert with a guest Abraham Lincoln impersonator. MSB participated their 2nd time at Creative City Project in Orlando and performed outside on the Art & History Museums Rotary Plaza kicking off the Spring Concert Series.

PAMCares distributed free DVDs to Assisted Living Facilities throughout the area and provided residents who are unable to attend concerts, the joy of performance.

BCO performed outdoors at a Lake Nona Park and at Mead Botanical Garden, at the Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts and at Timicua. Two concerts will be held during the Spring at Blue Bamboo and Venue on the Lake.

Creative Arts for Life had 3 successful sessions, and participants tripled in the Art classes. Each session was celebrated with final performances in art, music and dance.  

Plans for next year are similar with scheduled shows at the Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, Mead Botanical Garden, Timucua, A&H, Enzian, Relay for Life and Venue on the Lake events.
Independent Research has been conducted on this organization's theory of change or program effectiveness? No
Needs Generating funding sources in an environment of challenging resources.

Empowering volunteer staff with needed resources to fulfill mission requirements.

Establishing venue relationships to house ever growing space needs of successful symphony and stage band programs.

Marketing staff that could reach out to patrons and audience to bring awareness of PAM's giving opportunities.

Continue receiving grants from supporting community organizations.
Background Performing Arts of Maitland became a Cultural Partner with the City of Maitland in December 2006. City staff and community members assisted Jefferson S. Flowers, PAM’s founder, in obtaining 501(c)(3) status by donating their time and resources. With the City as the major funding contributor at this time, the goal was to bring local music alive in the community.

Musicians and performers of all ages share their talents and help bring the arts in their many varieties to this neighborhood, minutes from downtown Orlando. PAM continues to partner with the Maitland Presbyterian Church, A&H Museums, Maitland's Rotary Club, Women’s Club and Venue on the Lake. PAM events add artistry to the community events that build togetherness and help civic groups raise additional funds for their community-based programs.

* M3 small groups have performed at Lake Lily Park for the Sunday  Farmers Market (10am-1pm) ongoing since 2006. M3 performers bring fun to local events and provide opportunities for a variety of talents from Maitland and its surrounding communities.

* MSO orchestra members put on annual spring and holiday concerts at the Maitland Presbyterian Church and an outdoor Fall concert on Mead Botanical Garden's stage.  Other performances are considered at venue's with a facility to accommodate the 120 volunteer musicians.

* MSB formed in the summer of 2009 with weekly rehearsals since then. MSB brings dance to the community at many of their concerts. Art Festivals, City Anniversary parties, National Prayer Day, Veteran's Day, A&H art events as well as others.

* PAMCares is PAM's out reach program to Assisted Living Facility residents. The main service is to provide musical groups to perform the songs that are meaningful to the residents. This program brings performances to area ALFs. PAMCares has bused ALF residents to the MSO concert dress rehearsals, where they can enjoy the music and pageantry without the crowds of the performance and in the light of day.  PAMCares has given DVDs to the ALF s to be available in the home environment.
 
*Baroque Chamber Orchestra was created in 2016 from the MSO for players interested in small performances.  Weekly rehearsals prepare this group for 5-6 concerts in the community.
 
*Creative Arts for Life began when the need to inspire retired neighbors was brought to the PAM directors attention.  There have been 4 successful sessions of art, music and dance instruction with each session ending in a performance of the participants.
CEO Statement PAM serves a diverse community of volunteers. Our youngest violist was 12 years old and our oldest trombone player was 90. We have natural mentoring of our musicians from veterans to the youth. PAM provides a unique opportunity that is appreciated by these volunteer performers since some MSO members travel weekly from Lake Mary and St. Cloud just to make rehearsals.

We bring the performance of neighbors to their friends in the community free of charge. We provide free performance during these times that the community needs to be drawn together.  The M3 stage provides young performers the experience to perform and be compensated with a stipend for their efforts.  The many M3 performances bring the town together and build up our city from within. Community sponsored gatherings are host to unique musical experiences featuring young and older, with variety of genre.

The PAM Cares outreach puts our performances into the homes of the shut-in. These are the people that built our city but can no longer get out to our performances, PAM is bringing the performances of the community to their homes.
Board Chair Statement I grew up in Winter Park and benefited from the programs that Rollins provided me. These opportunities became fewer as time went by. Performances are searing moments in time for young people, and the memories of those moments on a stage are very personal and special.

If we are to give back anything of value to our next generation, it must be the chance to have their own experiences on stage facing their own challenges.

PAM provides that venue.
 
Seeing a young performer play guitar and sing to passers by, then return the next month with original songs and blossom into a professional performer, recording star is really terrific.  
 
Having performed the original composition of the 2nd place young composer participant was a big highlight for the MSO and a lifetime memory for the young composer who graduated from Rollins with a music degree.
 
Watching our MSB trombone playing Director who met Tommy Dorsey as a kid is amazing.  The experience of passing down America's music history to young performers is priceless.
 
 
 
NTEE Information
Primary Organization Type Arts,Culture & Humanities
Primary Organization SubType Performing Arts
Secondary Organization Type Arts,Culture & Humanities
Secondary Organiztion SubType Music
Tertiary Organization Type Arts,Culture & Humanities
Tertiary Organization SubType Bands & Ensembles
Areas Served
Geographic Areas Served
FL - Orange
FL - Seminole
FL - Osceola
FL - Brevard
FL - Volusia

PAM performers and audiences come from a wide section of the I-4 Corridor which represents a large population of Florida.

Goals
HelpWhat is the organization aiming to accomplish? This is the organization's ultimate goal for intended impact. PAM’s goal is to provide programs, which insure that the arts continue to play an integral role in helping the Maitland community establish and maintain its cultural identity.

PAM currently funds six groups to build a path to performance for the community in Symphonic, Baroque, Big Band, Contemporary Groups, and Senior Art class venues on a continuous basis in the greater Central Florida community.

PAM is meeting these goals by empowering cultural leaders that have the tools to build their program in the community through attracting talents from engaged professional and non-professional artists.
Strategies
HelpWhat are the organization's strategies for its stated long-term goals? PAM’s main strategy for program success is to empower Program Directors that have the background and desire to succeed in each program area. As program needs develop, PAM provides the equipment and tools to insure program success. Audience  acceptance of the performance depends on the creativity and attention to the moment that only an empowered director can develop. Programs need to be adjustable to changing needs of the audiences and flexible to make the shifts needed for relevant in the moment performances that bring the audience and performers together in the creative act.
Capabilities
HelpWhat are the organization’s capabilities for doing this? What resources, capacities, and connections support its progress towards long-term goals? PAM has accumulated assets which aid our programs production. PAM owns sound equipment, percussion instruments and several key orchestral instruments. These physical capabilities allow the program expression to be reproduced in a cost effective way. By owning our own equipment we can cross use it with the differing programs and by using the same systems, gain  knowledge and expertise in operating the equipment.

PAM has links within the community that provide artistic program production by talented cover artists and layout graphics artist. PAM has relationships with a local printing company to save cost on program printing and advertising costs, and has reached out to other cultural partners to obtain rehearsal and performance venue space at no cost. The Venue on the Lake (Maitland Civic Center) provides rehearsal/performance venue space for BCO,  MSB and the Creative Arts for Life classes. A&H and New Traditions Bank have provided free rehearsal space for MSB in the past.

PAM partners with many local organizations to build audience contact and relevant programing that changes with the times and venue. Maitland and Winter Park Rotary, Maitland Downtown Partnership, Venue on the Lake, Winter Park Chamber Music Academy, Enzian, Birds of Prey, Mead Botanical Garden, Relay for Life.  Up to 18 different assisted living facilities have allowed PAM programs to grow programmatically and gain additional audience participants.
Indicators
HelpHow will the organization know if it is making progress? What are the key qualitative and quantitative indicators against which the organization assesses its progress toward its intended impact? Audience Feedback
Testimonials from performers, students and audience members
Letters of appreciation from patrons
Funding agency reviews

Live performance is an intimate experience. Audience feedback is in the moment of the performance itself. PAM programs reach the hearts and souls of both our audiences as well as our performers.

Audience reaction to the performance is our strongest indicator. PAM has received several testimonials from performers at the PAMCares venues relating how music impacted their lives.

PAM receives letters of appreciation from patrons expressing praise for improvements in program quality.
 
Participants in the Creative Arts for Life sessions complete evaluations with raving reviews and feedback that help us to grow and improve. Many of the attending Seniors return for the next session.
 
Children who attended the Summer Art Camp provided thank you letters to PAM and the musical group we sponsored to entertain and educate these young minds.

The main indicator for PAM Programs is the fact that our partner organizations continue to invite us back to their functions. If we fail to meet the goals and expectations they would not continue to look for ways to bring us back.
Progress
HelpWhat has and hasn’t been accomplished so far? PAM has matured as a cultural entity provided to the greater community. PAM started out as an Orchestra. It then added a Children’s Choir and later a Bell Choir. Both of theses programs succeeded in their moments and then ceased to be viable. PAM adjusted and began the M3 program of contemporary music programs and community outreach to local venues and the Art Festivals. That program has been widely successful and continues to function today.

A literary program MP&W was an evolution of change. Initially the director who started the program taught writing poetry. Then it branched out by adding a performance venue. Then it morphed again to just the teaching sessions,  then it changed to a literature reading performance experience by local published writers at A&H events.  MPW is no longer active.

Change is the key word. Adjustment to the current circumstance to fulfill the community needs has been the path to success.

PAMCares started as a partnership with the Fire Department to give DVDs of MSO concerts to the home bound. It morphed to a full time 2-4 shows a week of performances at 18 different ALFs. This program has slowed down and now operates from grant and donation funding only.

The musical journey of reaching out to local elementary schools was challenging. We had 2 appearances and the greatest success was to hear that a student decided after our performance to start playing a musical instrument.  PAM continues supporting M3 performers at A&H-Museums summer art camp as a music and art curriculum.  Maitland Middle Schools “Musicale” choir sang with the MSO at the Magic of Youth concert, and MSO features talented youth performers at each concert.

Riding on the success of PAMCares and working with mature adults is “Creative Arts for Life”, CAL.  PAM partnered again with A&H-Museums and an Artist-In-Action to bring a Senior Art class consisting of 10 seniors for 8 art classes.  We determined the need, the cost and the desire of the community to learn art forms, then at the 8th class, display or perform with their creations.  The Fall 2015 session was so successful it returned with another art class, and two new classes at the Venue-on-the-Lake, of music and dance.  PAM is meeting a need in our community providing meaningful art programs to seniors who make up over 25 percent of our local population and represent the fastest growing demographic. Final programs were open to the public, friends and family of the senior participants and included a dance program, music performance and art gallery display.  Several art pieces are displayed in the Maitland City Council Chamber and the Maitland Public Library following each session.

We have learned that these programs can only be self funding if costs are kept low, so our goals are to seek grant funding to help us continue to bring qualified instruction and allow for adequate materials to be used.

This success is the driving force in our goal of continuing this program. We plan to succeed by continuing to partner with A&H-Museums and the Venue on the Lake (Maitland Civic Center).
Programs
Description Maitland Symphony Orchestra is a full symphonic orchestra featuring over 100 volunteers that functions without audition, allowing members to determine if they are right for the group. MSO performs 5 or more concerts a year. 2 shows each year have themes and include an emcee that  brings the concert material to the audience in a special way. This educates the audience with musical history and facts in a fun manner that leads the audience through the concert.

MSO membership is diverse in age, sex, race, ethnic heritage and musical background. Performing music provides opportunity to improve our talents in creating great music.  MSO is highly regarded as giving quality performances and is expanding our audience’s listening repertoire with each concert.

Making fine music accessible to the local audience, in their language, brings the gift of fine music to audience members that rarely would think of going to a classical concert.
Population Served Adults
Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Short Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe near term achievement(s) or improvement(s) that will result from this program. This may represent immediate outcomes occurring as a result of the end of a session or service.
Each successful season is a measure of near term success. DVD or CD production records that for the future and documents the improvements in musicality and artistry that the orchestra has achieved.
 
Audience continual growth in size as well as musicality of the orchestra are success measures.
 
Players that are new to the area learn of the MSO and find a new home, the welcoming nature of the MSO allows them to join in performing their musical skills.
 
Long Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe the ultimate change(s) that will result from this program. This may be far into the future and represent an ideal state.
Sustainability is the long-term measure of success. The support of a robust performance entity will lead to teaching opportunities as the performers reach out into the community to teach their talent to the next generation of musicians.
MSO highlights young musicians, i.e., piano, violin and voice to perform with them and be publicized on DVD's and CD's.  Last year two students  used their MSO concert performances for grants and applications to college.  The publicity at their young age helps prepared them for their future careers.
MSO players have been sought out to perform at other venues, private parties and offered teaching positions.
Professional players from the Orlando Philharmonic have performed with MSO as soloists, then actually played with their respective section, i.e., viola.  This is an outreach that is good for the music community.  Playing with professionals improves the novice players performance and egos.
 
Program Success Monitored ByHelpOrganizations describe the tools used to measure or track program impact.

Participation in the orchestra by an enthused membership is one measure of its success. Membership records document the number of volunteers in the orchestra. The audience attendance counts at indoor concerts permit another measure.

After 10 years of accumulating and building the orchestral library, the overall skill of the players can now be measured.  The conductors now select scores out of the archive that MSO was previously unable to perform.  The talent level of returning musicians improves from season to season.
Examples of SuccessHelpOrganization's site specific examples of changes in clients' behaviors or testimonies of client's changes to demonstrate program success.

The in-door performances have run out of seating. Both the MSO performers and audiences have strongly supported its success.

The most recent MSO concert was the first to charge the attendees.  Players thought that the $10 ticket sale was going to keep people from coming, since all shows previously were free.  The evening began with 50 mph winds and a torrential rainfall.  Visitors came in with umbrellas, none complaining of the charge.  Many expressed that it was about time we charged for the professional concerts we performed.
This has proved that MSO programs are well known to be professional and memorable.
Description
Maitland Market Music sponsors local songwriters, singers and musicians of all ages to perform throughout the community.  M3 promotes local performers to grow the local music scene by partnering with venues that desire a musical component to enhance their community event.
 
M3 provides performances on Sunday's from 10AM to 1PM at the Maitland Farmer’s Market at Lake Lily Park.  M3's Farmers Market experience creates an ambiance that extends community ties.

M3 partners with the Maitland Rotary Club by providing continual music on two stages for Art Under the Stars 3-day art festival.  Musicians perform into the evening hours and have lifted the level of presentation above any art show in the Southeast.

By supporting the local music scene, M3 allows the local musical community to grow and develop the local talent that it has. It does this by bringing free performance to the community it serves.
 
Other partners are the Art & History Museums, Relay for Life, Enzian, Birds of Prey.
Population Served Adults
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Elderly and/or Disabled
Short Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe near term achievement(s) or improvement(s) that will result from this program. This may represent immediate outcomes occurring as a result of the end of a session or service.
Because of the Farmers Market opportunity to showcase a musical performer or group on a public stage week after week for over 10 years, M3 has built up a huge 'library' of performers. Players are always searching for opportunities to perform.
 
M3 allows them the chance to capture the local audience and endure the elements of playing outdoors to passers by, rather than in a performance hall where all eyes are fixed on you.  The young girl that decided to play guitar after watching an M3 performer is one of our most exciting success stories.  She was booked to play after her mother convinced the M3 director that she had at least 2 hours of music to perform.  Then 14 years old, now 21 years old, booking herself all along the FL coast.  M3 provided the opportunity at her young age to prepare and entertain on her own.
 
Long Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe the ultimate change(s) that will result from this program. This may be far into the future and represent an ideal state.
The level of performance art will increase in the community that is aware of the available talent to hire or promote. Audiences will increase and be enriched by the diverse musical abilities they experience.
 
Awareness of opportunity to perform at local events encourages performers to practice and improve by learning new material for an upcoming event.
 
Community events are enriched by the musical element that M3 brings by matching the performer's genre to the particular event.
 
Venues have come to rely on M3 to book the appropriate musical group for their events.  Their success can be measured by attendance numbers and photos of the performers and participating guests, or children dancing.
Program Success Monitored ByHelpOrganizations describe the tools used to measure or track program impact.

Success is monitored by interviews and requests from community partners that rely on M3 for their musical selections.

 Annual events, i.e., Florida Film Festival at the Enzian, Art Under the Stars Maitland Rotary 3-day art festival, Venue on the Lake fund raisers, Maitland Art Center Children's art camp and Culture Pop events, American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, Birds of Prey, Jewish Pavilion A Walk in the Park event.  M3 helps make each of these community partners have successful events.
Examples of SuccessHelpOrganization's site specific examples of changes in clients' behaviors or testimonies of client's changes to demonstrate program success.

The M3 audience at the Farmers Market was estimated to be 149,869. The M3 audience at Rotary Art Fall Festival always reaches 60,000.

The request to return at these annual events year after year is a testimony of commitment and success.
Description The MSB is an eighteen-piece stage band led by Jim Foy. The repertoire covers the map of American jazz and big band sound.
 
MSB Mission:

· Provide advanced stage band music to the widest possible audience

· Promote the performing art of stage band performance by sponsoring community dances and performing opportunities

· Help less experienced stage musicians develop their performance skills.
 
MSB holds open rehearsals Monday evenings at 7:00 – 9pm at the Venue on the Lake-Maitland Civic Center. MSB has been center stage at Maitland’s  Salute our Veteran’s and National Prayer Day concerts. They are always featured at the annual Art Under the Stars Maitland Rotary Arts Festival.

MSB collaboration with local community groups makes the Salute our Veteran’s, National Prayer Day concert possible. Without the support from local community these performances would not be possible. Both have now become a stable on the local calendar. 
Population Served Adults
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens
Short Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe near term achievement(s) or improvement(s) that will result from this program. This may represent immediate outcomes occurring as a result of the end of a session or service.

Short-term success of the Maitland Stage Band can be measured by its program offerings in the upcoming season. Meeting a lively performance schedule will show the community acceptance and program success.

For the past 2 years, MSB performed downtown Orlando at the Creative City Project. This allowed a much larger audience to experience the big band sound.  It also provided the opportunity for the players to participate in a large community event.
 
Performance has increased with the added show at the Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts.  
Long Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe the ultimate change(s) that will result from this program. This may be far into the future and represent an ideal state.

The Maitland Stage Band will succeed by offering a stable of concerts to the community. The expansion of its offerings both musically as well as the verity of venues will demonstrate its growth into the fabric of the community.

Program Success Monitored ByHelpOrganizations describe the tools used to measure or track program impact.
The media of live performance gives immediate feedback by the audience response. The Maitland Stage Band often engenders a spontaneous response from its audience through dance and applause. Programmatically, maintaining staffing for the musicians’ chairs demonstrates the acceptance of the musical direction of the programs.
 
Director Jim Foy was featured in an article by the Maitland-Winter Park Observer Newspaper.
Examples of SuccessHelpOrganization's site specific examples of changes in clients' behaviors or testimonies of client's changes to demonstrate program success.
 MSB performed at several well attended Maitland venues. The Band introduced a female singer to the mix this year and held a holiday offering that was at capacity. In all, the Band now performs at 5 venues.  All rehearsals are open to the pubic, and are also well attended.
 
The 2017 Spring Concert Series included 2 outdoor MSB shows consisting of entirely different music selections.  The Rotary Plaza stage at A&H Museums provided the perfect setting for the audience in the Main Garden at the Maitland Art Center.
Description Maitland Poets and Writers offers poetry readings to its audience. The marriage of performance to the creation of literature results in a public awareness that could not be obtained any other way. The writers that are reading their creative works get a one on one connection with their audience by being on Stage and the audience get a rare glimpse of the creative force that created the work through the voice of the writer.


MPW Mission:

· Foster the growth of literary arts in Maitland and surrounding communities

· Shine a spotlight on established literary artists

· Provide opportunities for the public to come and experience the joy of creative writing

· Bring literary opportunities to the community.
Population Served Adults
Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Short Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe near term achievement(s) or improvement(s) that will result from this program. This may represent immediate outcomes occurring as a result of the end of a session or service. MPW will continue offering a literary program of performance. The workshops teach literary skills to participants and then offer their readings to audiences at the A&H Culture Pop! in-between M3 musical performers.
Long Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe the ultimate change(s) that will result from this program. This may be far into the future and represent an ideal state.

Long-term success will be evident by a growing literature. MPWs will add venue to the literary scene by giving voice to aspiring poets and writers while allowing their works to be heard by a larger audience. Audiences will become exposed to works that they would not have had the time or inclination to discover. The community will become more literary.

Program Success Monitored ByHelpOrganizations describe the tools used to measure or track program impact.

MPW debuted at the Rotary Arts Festival by offering area Poets reading their works in between M3 Acts on the South Stage. T Readings have become a standard part of the A&H Culture Pop! and are well attended by appreciative audiences that span all dimensions of our society.

Examples of SuccessHelpOrganization's site specific examples of changes in clients' behaviors or testimonies of client's changes to demonstrate program success.

Maitland Poets and Writers held over 12 performance opertunites for 60 aspiring poets. 

Description PAMCares brings the gift of community performance to the people that built this city. This program is a musical outreach program partnering with local Assisted Living Facilities to bring live bands to the residents. PAMCares also puts CD’s and DVD’s of PAM performances in the homes of citizens whom may not be able to come to the concert stage. PAMCares invites residents to the MSO Dress rehearsals and has brought small group performances to more than 14 ALFs on site. PAMCares facilitates the enjoyment of musical performance to the homebound.

 PAM Cares Mission:

·  Provide high quality DVDs of the PAM performances to the home bound population;
·  Partner with Community groups for outreach;
·  Provides opportunity for performers to share their talents;

Collaboration with Assisted Living Facilities provides venue to the residents who could not travel to a local stage for the PAMCares performances. Many of the ALF managers participate in the show by handing out song sheets to the audiences and singing s along with them.
Population Served Elderly and/or Disabled
At-Risk Populations
Short Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe near term achievement(s) or improvement(s) that will result from this program. This may represent immediate outcomes occurring as a result of the end of a session or service. PAM Cares has placed initial DVD sets into the hands of Hospice of the Comforter and Coalition for the Homeless.  PAM Cares is delivering additional DVD sets to elder care organizations throughout our community. Last year PAMCares brought musical performance groups to 14 ALFs.
Long Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe the ultimate change(s) that will result from this program. This may be far into the future and represent an ideal state.   PAM Cares connects the home bound to the community and the community to the home bound.  Its long-term success will be to foster connectivity to the people that cannot make it to the concert halls by bringing performance to the ALF venue. 
Program Success Monitored ByHelpOrganizations describe the tools used to measure or track program impact. PAM Cares determines success by placement of the media in the home of the home bound recipients and the number of musical performances held at the ALFs visited.
Examples of SuccessHelpOrganization's site specific examples of changes in clients' behaviors or testimonies of client's changes to demonstrate program success. PAM Cares has placed many DVDs in home bound settings through its partner organizations. PAMCares performers are providing 4 performances a week to 14  area ALFs.
Description The BCO is comprised of orchestra players: 16 string instruments and a harpsichord.  Under the direction of Alvaro Gomez, this group performs classical selections from the Baroque and Middle Ages time period.  BCO  performed 2 Saturday afternoon concerts at the Maitland Presbyterian Church and an evening concert with Benoit Glazer at his "White House", Timicua.  BCO performed a selection written by Benoit with him playing trumpet.  This group will continue to perform with the MSO at the annual outdoor concert at Mead Botanical Garden each October.

BCO Mission:

·  Provide high quality String Ensemble performance opportunities;
·  Partner with area venues;
·  Provides opportunity for performers to share their talents;
·  Perform music from the Baroque and Classical eras.


Collaboration with local venues gives the BCO access to performance halls and stages that it could not rent on its own. The rehearsal schedule is completely dependent on the grace of these freely provided spaces.
Population Served Adults
Elderly and/or Disabled
Description Seniors make up over 25 percent of our local population and represent the fastest growing demographic.  PAM sought out to meet a need in our community by providing meaningful art programs to seniors using skilled and experienced instructors.  Classes consisted of Art, Music and Dance instruction and were offered in 8 class sessions.  Participants do not need to have experience and talented individuals are also welcome.  The goal is to bring seniors out of their homes to learn these art forms with new friends in the community.  A fee is collected to cover materials and instructor salaries for all 8 classes.  Each session ends with the participants "performing" what they learned in their class.

 CAL Mission:

·  Provide high quality professional Teaching Artist to the senior population;
·  Partner with community venues;
·  Provides performance opportunities for seniors to share their learned lessons.
Population Served Elderly and/or Disabled
Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens
People/Families with of People with Psychological Disabilities
Short Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe near term achievement(s) or improvement(s) that will result from this program. This may represent immediate outcomes occurring as a result of the end of a session or service. Each participant was able to display their creations at the final performance luncheon where each invited a guest to celebrate their accomplishments.  Selected art peices were then hung at the Library and the Maitland City Hall chamber for display.
Long Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe the ultimate change(s) that will result from this program. This may be far into the future and represent an ideal state.
Collaboration with local venues and community groups has provided CAL the space to grow its classes as well as space for the celebration event at the conclusion of the semester. CAL as benefited as well by displaying the student art work in each of the participating venues. The Venue on the Lake and the Library have benefited by proudly supporting the CAL student works displayed in their facilities.
 
The program has streamlined to offering art instruction only.  The dance and music programs were not as popular, or the outreach needed to be expanded.
 
The Senior art instruction may be offered in 2 groups, since the attendance became an issue for the 30 participants in a single class.
Program Success Monitored ByHelpOrganizations describe the tools used to measure or track program impact. Class response was evaluated by surveys.
Comments
CEO Comments PAM has been recognized as a cultural partner in Maitland and is the third recognized Maitland Arts and Cultural Organization in Orange County by the Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Office. Supporting PAM offers the City a path to meeting the City’s strategic goal to continue commitment to our cultural partners.

PAM was conceived on June 23, 2005 as an umbrella organization to help grow and develop the Maitland Symphony Orchestra. PAM has established a contractual agreement of mutual benefit with PCM to continue use of the church facilities.
 
PAM responded to the need created by the City’s Parks and Recreation department’s creation of the successful Maitland Farmers Market by forming Maitland Market Music, “M3”. M3 has provided performances at every Market at every open Sunday this year. These performances create a sense of place to the Market and are creating an ambience to the experience. The cadres of musicians that participate have also performed at many social events in Maitland adding to the Maitland Buzz.

PAM partnered with the Maitland Art Festival, Art Under the Stars and helped make it more successful. This partnering has resulted in boosting fund raising for the Maitland Rotary each year. The MRAF has sold out of refreshments every time PAM has participated, even though they doubled on-hand inventory for the last year.

The Maitland Stage Band has performed for the MRAF, Women’s club (helping them to raise $15,000 in a single event), the Maitland Art&History, Civic Center and The City’s Volunteer of the Year celebration Orlando's Creative City Project and the National Prayer day Celebration.
Board Chair
Board Chair Dr Jeff S Flowers
Company Affiliation Flowers Chemical Laboratores
Term Jan 2017 to Jan 2018
Board Co-Chair
Board Co-Chair Dr Doug Child
Company Affiliation Retired
Term Start Jan 2017 Jan 2018
Board
Board Members
NameCompany AffiliationsStatusCertificate*
Roger Anderson Forest Lake ChurchVoting
Dale Burket Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & ReedVoting
Renee Stein Charlan Community VolunteerVoting
Dr Doug Child RetiredVoting
Dr Jeff Flowers Flowers Chemical LaboratoriesVoting
June Flowers Flowers Chemical LabsNonVoting
Margaret Patten RetiredVoting
Dr John Sinclair Rollins CollegeVoting
Ivan Valdes Elite Financial PartnersVotingNo
*This individual has been awarded a Certificate in Orientation to Board Service by the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership at Rollins College ebi.rollins.edu,
Board Term Lengths 1
Board Term Limits 20
Board Ethnicity
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 8
Hispanic/Latino 1
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Policies
Written Board Selection Criteria No
Written Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
Percentage of Monetary Contributions 50%
Percentage of In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Additional Board/s Members and Affiliations
Advisory Board
NameCompany Affiliation
Cheryl Anderson Community Volunteer
Jim Foy Real Estate Broker
Dr. Alvaro Gomez Winter Park Music Academy
Eric Mendez OCPS
Denese Richmond Real Estate Broker
Laurie Rodriguez Retired
Comments
CEO Comments Board Of Director members are active in the organization and bring a practical experience to the management teams decision process.   PAM has a Performance Board of Directors (PLB) that manages the  performance groups. Each group is represented in the PLB membership. 
CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director June Flowers
Term Start Jan 2008
Email june@flowerslabs.com
Experience 30 years experience in 5 different private laboratory corporations with quality assurance and technical review of analytical data generated for environmental evaluation and compliance.  Musical and theatrical background from youth and in church groups.
CEO Salary Range $0 - $50,000
Staff
Number of Full Time Staff 0
Number of Part Time Staff 0
Number of Volunteers 30
Number of Contract Staff 6
Staff Retention Rate 0%
Other
Collaborations
City of Maitland
Maitland Art & History Association
Maitland Rotary Art Festival
Winter Park Music Academy Orchestra
Presbyterian Church of Maitland
MicheLee Puppets
State Registration Yes
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Expiration Month Aug
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Expiration Year 2016
Fiscal Year
Fiscal Year Start Oct 01, 2016
Fiscal Year End Sept 30, 2017
Detailed Financials
Expense Allocations
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$77,682$63,675$70,320
Administration Expense$10,899$12,423$7,320
Fundraising Expense$0$0$0
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses0.840.941.13
Program Expense/Total Expenses88%84%91%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$101,267$115,017$119,908
Current Assets$85,067$94,425$119,908
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$0$0$0
Total Net Assets$101,267$115,017$119,908
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountFoundations, Corporations and Individuals $83,667Local Government $53,500Individuals, Foundations, Corporations, Government $95,951
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountInvestments $125Foundations, Corporations and Individuals $26,503Investment Income $80
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Investments $84 --
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities------
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Comments
CEO Comments PAM is transitioning away from consistent support from the City to a ticket sales and member support model. Communicating PAM's value to these new funders will be a new challenge.
Foundation Comments
Financial figures taken from IRS form 990EZ.
Contributions from foundations and corporations are included in total for individuals, as they were not separated on the 990EZ.
Organization did not file a full form 990 in 2007.
Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
Notes Programs listed here are those that are only activated during a disaster. Some organizations have unified budgeting and do not budget by program. Because of this, some budget fields may be blank or represent an approximation. Organization describes previous experience during the immediate response, recovery or rebuilding phases following a disaster.
Nonprofit Performing Arts of Maitland Inc.
Address 117 Whitecaps Cir
Maitland, FL 32751
Primary Phone (407) 339 5984 219
Contact Email jeff@PAMaitland.org
CEO/Executive Director June Flowers
Board Chair Dr Jeff S Flowers
Board Chair Company Affiliation Flowers Chemical Laboratores
Year of Incorporation 2006