In 2005, when the WRWF was founded, and until we began operating as our own 501(c)(3) organization in 2016, the answer to this question was ‘yes’. However, the costs of running a major nonprofit organization have increased significantly since our first 10 years of operations. Not surprisingly, despite a tight budget and diligence in adhering to it, the annual cost of operating a 300+-member nonprofit organization now exceeds the $100 per member per year fee. Many collective giving organizations of our size have established restricted endowments like ours to help support ongoing operations. Our restricted endowment, while only a few years old, is already contributing significantly to support general operating expenses. Check processing, tax acknowledgment letters, professional services, insurance, office expenses, a membership database, website maintenance, and technology for Grant administration are just a few of the costs that we incur each year. These processes are fundamental to running an organization as large as ours and now require a full-time paid administrative support person. In sum, the $100 per member fee will need to be addressed in order to accurately reflect the true costs of running the WRWF.