Outline for Budget, 1971-1972

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1-131 - WOMEN'S CENTER - [handwritten] Expended to 4/30/72 - 12/71 Budget 1971-72 - Increase (Decrease) 
 200 - OFFICER'S SALARIES - 7,832.47 A - [handwritten] 9, 156 - $11, 910.00
 203W' - WORK STUDY STUDENT - 400.00 - 400.00
 210 - SUPPLIES & EXPENSE - 1, 988.83 A - [handwritten] 3,059 brochure budget change - 1,709.00
 [handwritten] 210 - LAWYER'S FUND EXP. - 136.50 A
 211 - POSTAGE - 15.35 A [handwritten] 90.80 - 300.00 - 300.00
 212 - TELEPHONE - 400.00 - 400.00
 214 - ENTERTAINMENT - 216.14 A - 350.00 - 350.00
 215 - EQUIPMENT - 400.00 - 400.00
 231 - STAFF BENEFITS - 859.71 A - 1,151.00 - 1,151.00
 
 11,049.00 * A - 15,216 - $16,620.00
1-131 - WOMEN'S CENTER - [handwritten] Expended to 3/31/72 - 12/71 Budget 1971-72 - Increase (Decrease)
 200 - OFFICER'S SALARIES - 4,132.81 A - $11,910.00 - $11,910.00
 203W' - WORK STUDY STUDENT - 400.00 - 400.00
 210 - SUPPLIES & EXPENSE - 1,869.58 A - 1,709.00 - 1,709.00
 210 - [handwritten] LAWYER'S FUND EXPENSE - 136.50 A [handwritten] CU Club 
 211 - POSTAGE - 15.35 A - 300.00 - 300.00
 212 - TELEPHONE - 400.00 - 400.00
 214 - ENTERTAINMENT - 201.14 A - 350.00 - 350.00
 215 - EQUIPMENT - 400.00 - 400.00
 231 - STAFF BENEFITS - 736.53 A - 1, 151.00 - 1,151.00
 
 7,091.91 - $16,620.00 - $16, 620.00
 
 [handwritten] 
 Oct 15
 Jan-Feb 90 
 March-Apr 149
1-131 - WOMEN'S CENTER - [handwritten] Expended to 2/29/72 - 12/71 Budget 1971-72 - Increase (Decrease)
 200 - OFFICER'S SALARIES - 3,466.15 A - $11,910.00 - $11,910.00
 203W' - WORK STUDY STUDENT - 400.00 - 400.00
 210 - SUPPLIES & EXPENSE - 1,652.94 A - 1,709.00 - 1,709.00
 211 - POSTAGE - 15.35 A - 300.00 - 300.00
 212 - TELEPHONE - 400.00 - 400.00
 214 - ENTERTAINENT - 167.99 A - 350.00 - 350.00
 215 - EQUIPMNT - 400.00 - 400.00
 231 - STAFF BENEFITS - 717.35 A - 1,151.00 - 1,151.00
 
 6,019.78 - $16,620.00 - $16,620.00
 
 
1-131 - WOMEN'S CENTER - Expended to 1/31/72 - 12/71 Budget 1971-72 - Increase (Decrease) 
 200 - OFFICER'S SALARIES - 2,799.49 A - $11,910.00 - $11,910.00
 203W' - WORK STUDY STUDENT - 400.00 - 400.00
 210 - SUPPLIES & EXPENSE - 411.58 A - 1,709.00 - 1,709.00
 211 - POSTAGE - 15.35 A - 300.00 - 300.00
 212 - TELEPHONE - 400.00 - 400.00
 214 - ENTERTAINMENT - 132.71 A - 350.00 - 350.00
 215 - EQUIPMENT - 400.00 - 400.00
 231 - STAFF BENEFITS - 587.77 A - 1,151.00 - 1,151.00 
 
 3,946.90 - $16,620.00 - $16,620.00
 
 
1-131 - WOMEN'S CENTER - [handwritten] Expended to 12/31/71 - 12/71 Budget 1971-72 - Increase (Decrease) 
 200 - OFFICER'S SALARIES - 2,132.83 A - $11,910.00 - $11,910.00
 203W' - WORK STUDY STUDENT - 400.00 - 400.00
 210 - SUPPLIES & EXPENSE - 248.23 A - 1,709.00 - 1,709.00
 211 - POSTAGE - 300.00 - 300.00
 212 - TELEPHONE - 400.00 - 400.00
 214 - ENTERTAINMENT - 350.00 - 350.00
 215 - EQUIPMENT - 400.00 - 400.00
 231 - STAFF BENEFITS - 568.59 A - 1,151.00 - 1,151.00
 
 2,949.65 *A - $16,620.00 - $16,620.00
 
 
TENTATIVE BUDGET 1971-72
 Women's Center
 
 Three notes on the tentative budget:
 
 1) Other offices and departments have absorbed or are absorbing many of the costs
 of our programs. The Thursday Noon series is presenting several speakers whom we have
 chosen; the Development Office has taken on publicity costs; the Alumnae Vocational
 Advisory Council is doing liasion with alumnae. The Placement Office is particularly
 valuable, because it is handling all career counselling with undergraduates and
 alumnae, a project which the Women's Center has stressed. We also try to have outside
 organizations with whom we are co-operating help financially. The Lenox School, for
 example, will organize an early spring conference about women's studies in the high
 schools.
 
 2) Our plan is to develop, after we receive initial seed money, only pay-as-you-
 go programs or programs which can be partially self-sustaining. We will charge
 admission to a film series, if one gets off the ground. We will use only income to
 set up a fellowship program, if anyone would like to give us sufficient capital to
 have that income.
 
 3) Some of our projects may have to be financed out of non-college accounts. The 
 Lawyers' Committee, for example, will probably have to have a non-college account, unless
 we are very sure that financing such a group out of a college account will not jeopardize
 our tax-exempt status. 
 
 Salaries.....................................$12,3l0.
 Part-time acting director........$3910.
 Administrative co-ordinator....8000. 
 Work/study program................400.
 
 Office maintenance.................$1,875.
 Typewriter.................................$300.
 Furniture.....................................100.
 Postage........................................300.
 Stationery....................................400.
 Supplies and expenses..............375.
 Telephone...................................400.
 
 Entertainment...........................$350
Women's Center Tentative Budget
 Page 2
 
 Subscriptions...........................$ [handwritten] 34.
 Spokeswoman...................$6.
 Law Reporter......................28.
 
 Programs..................................$ 900.
 Conference on women's
 programs in region, 
 possibly in conjunction 
 with Douglass and Old 
 Westbury.......................$400.
 
 “Westbeth“ playwrights.200.
 Speakers, films...............300.
 This item may have 
 to cover library
 exhibit
 
 TOTAL.................$15,469
 
 POSTSCRIPT: Since the Center is only in its first year of operations, and since
 it is planning projects for 1972-73 which may be more expensive, the budget for
 1971-73 is, realistically speaking, much lower than that which might be projected
 for 1972-73.