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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum selects PowerPlan, Questica’s non-profit budgeting solution


Opened in 1903 in Boston, Massachusetts, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, has been providing and inspiring its visitors with its stunning courtyard surrounded by its collection of over 7,500 artworks, objects and rare books. It also provides a platform for contemporary artists, musicians, and scholars and performers.


Recently the museum decided to implement PowerPlan, Questica’s non-profit budgeting solution.


Isabella Stewart Gardner, a leading American art collector, philanthropist, patron of the arts, and visionary left her Museum “for the education and enjoyment of the public forever.” The museum works with community leaders and artists to create exhibitions, design programs and hands-on activities that celebrate the voices and talents of their neighboring communities.


Today, carrying out Isabella’s unique vision requires special care in preserving the collection and the historic building and Questica is looking forward to helping the museum achieve its goals to continue to engage audiences from around the world and where “creativity is celebrated in all of its forms”.