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Ethan Allen Institute

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The Ethan Allen Institute is a free-market think tank based in Vermont. The Institute states as its mission "to influence public policy in Vermont by helping its people to better understand and put into practice the fundamentals of a free society: individual liberty, private property, competitive free enterprise, limited government, strong local communities, personal responsibility, and expanded opportunity for human endeavor."[1] The Ethan Allen Institute is a member of the State Policy Network (SPN).

Funding

In its 2006 IRS annual filing, the Cato Institute contributed $50,000 to the Ethan Allen Institute.[2]

Core Financials

2011[3]:

  • Total Revenue: $173,781.00
  • Total Expenses: $113,223.00
  • Net Assets: $93,805.00

2010[4]:

  • Total Revenue: $160,370.00
  • Total Expenses: $180,953.00
  • Net Assets: $63,247.00

2009[5]:

  • Total Revenue: $146,885.00
  • Total Expenses: $170,157.00
  • Net Assets: $90,497.00

Personnel

Contact Details

4836 Kirby Mountain Road
Concord VT 05824
Phone 802 695 1448
Fax 802 695 1436
Email: eai AT ethanallen.org
Website: http://www.ethanallen.org/

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External Resources

References

  1. Ethan Allen Institute, About Us, organizational website, accessed December 2012.
  2. Cato Institute, 2006 IRS Form 990, organizational tax filing, 2006, pages 19-23.
  3. Ethan Allen Institute, IRS form 990, 2011. GuideStar.
  4. Ethan Allen Institute, IRS form 990, 2010. GuideStar.
  5. Ethan Allen Institute, IRS form 990, 2009. GuideStar.
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