This is a report of Data Driven Technologies, Inc finances for 2022.

Data Driven Technologies, Inc. (from here and on will be referred to as DDT) is a public US charity recognized under the IRS 501.c.3 code. Our board of directors is composed of various community members and makes all decisions about how the corporation is run.

Balances

Our current finances look like this (all numbers in US dollars).

Assets

We hold $17,258.69 in our bank account at this time.

We also have these assets for our use:

  • Soft assets (datadriventechnologies.org, Office 365 data)
  • Hard assets – various event-related materials – $845.37 (see Fig #1)
Fig #1

Liabilities

At this time, we have no liabilities.

We have no other debts owed.

Income and Outflows

We began 2022 with $17,330.93 in the bank. We are ending 2022 with assets of $17,258.69.

We had an income in 2022 from any source. Our expenditures were:

  • $67 for domain registration and hosting
  • $25 for CA DOJ charity filling (eGov Registry)
  • $244.78 for LA Data Platform User Group t-shirts (monthly meeting raffle)
  • $6,703.26 for 2022 Data.SQL.Saturday.LA event (aka SQL Saturday in Los Angeles)

This is a total of : $7,015.04 (see Fig #2)

Fig #2

Sponsorships

2022 Data.SQL.Saturday.LA event sponsorship generated a total income of $6,781.63 (see Fig #3)

Fig #3

Infrastructure Costs

Our infrastructure costs have been about $67 so far. We have done the following:

Microsoft 365 – as a non-profit, we have a free Office 365 account for collaboration, storage, and other tools.

Union Bank – As a non-profit, we have free banking, and to date, have not incurred any transaction charges.

WordPress – We use this for hosting datadriventechnologies.org website, the blog, and other information regarding our non-profit.

Meetup – funded by Microsoft to host and organize meetings for LA Data Platform User Group

That’s it. We’re not wasting money where we don’t need to do so.

Labor Costs

DDT runs on volunteer efforts and no individual is paid for their time.

Questions or Comments

This report was compiled by Steve Rezhener, President of DDT with cooperation and oversight by Elaena Bakman, VP and CFO of DDT.

If you have any questions or comments on the state of the finances for Data Driven Technologies, Inc., please contact us at admin@datadriventechnologies.org

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