Insights on Camp Financials and Sponsorship: A Community-Oriented Approach

Jennifer Tehan recently shared insights on Camp Financial and Sponsorship Information via a blog post. The event, DrupalCamp Cemaes, is non-profit and funded solely by ticket sales. Tehan detailed the expenses, primarily venue and catering costs, emphasizing the low-expense nature of the event. 

She outlined her plan for handling potential surpluses, offering partial refunds or donations to the Drupal community Mastodon instance. Additionally, Tehan expressed her stance against sponsorship, citing the desire to maintain the event's community-oriented nature and avoid unnecessary complications. Instead, she encourages companies to support the event by purchasing tickets for their staff, prioritizing community involvement over traditional sponsorship arrangements.

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