Plans and Documents
All non-profit organizations are products of and for the communities they serve. Without the support of our dedicated community, we wouldn’t exist. TimeLine is committed to being forthright and transparent regarding our business and finances, to help our patrons and community understand the full impact of your support. If you have questions about any of these materials, please email email@example.com.
TimeLine’s Three Branches
TimeLine Theatre Company has three bodies at the heart of its operations: a Board of Directors; a team of Company Members; and an administrative staff. While each has its own clearly defined role and works independently, it is imperative for the health of the organization that all three bodies also work in tandem and in harmony.
As far back as 2001, TimeLine has believed in the importance of strategic planning to ensure we have a unified vision, shared values, and collectively articulated goals to push the organization forward. Over the years, we’ve developed an uninterrupted series of three-year plans (the first one spanning 2002 – 2005), continually evolving our methods of tackling those plans and executing those visions. With each iteration, we’ve updated, refined, and adapted, while using the collaborative planning process to dream big, together. It’s been a big part of TimeLine’s growth and success, and in 2009 we were proud to be awarded the Richard Goodman Strategic Planning Award in the Non-Profit category from the Association for Strategic Planning.
You can explore our current and several past Strategic Plans here:
As a tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization, TimeLine annually files the IRS Form 990 to share information about our mission, programs, operations, and finances. You can review 990s for TimeLine (and hundreds of other non-profits) via GuideStar. Here are links to some of our recent filings: