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The Gallery at MSS Full Smudge
Opening Reception
Tuesday, December 7 • 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. 
3500 N. A Street, Midland, TX 79705
 
 
Featuring Artists from Midland Arts Association, Palette Club of Midland, Sibley Camera Club and Bynum School 
This rececption is generously underwritten by Frost Bank and features live music. 
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Coming Soon: The Gallery at MSS Virtual 
The Gallery on the First Floor
The Gallery on the Second Floor

MSS justicon logo MSS (Midland Shared Spaces) is a nonprofit center that provides quality, affordable resources and workspace for nonprofit organizations in Midland County. We are a multi-sector center meaning we support many nonprofits with diverse missions and focus areas. MSS connects diverse organizations, giving them the chance to collaborate, share knowledge, and develop systemic solutions to the community issues they are working to address, thereby impacting our entire community.MSS provides resources and a platform for collaboration that allows the nonprofit community in Midland to share their resources and ideas more efficiently and effectively, thereby maximizing their impact.
MSS justicon logoLooking for the 2019 State of the Nonprofits Study Report? Click Here to visit the MSS State of the Nonprofits website where you can request a copy. 

Why Share Space?
It's in the Numbers.

Shared Spaces aims to improve nonprofits by delivering effective solutions based on innovative concepts proven to support and better the community. Statistics derived from Measuring Collaboration: The benefits and impacts of Nonprofit Centers provides these impressive numbers for organizations housed in nonprofit centers:

  • 72% report moderate to significant improvement in both community awareness and credibility
  • 59% report higher visibility to funders
  • 86% experience significant improvements in their overall effectiveness and efficiency
  • 7% of annual operating costs are saved on average
  • 53% report moderate to significant improvements in the size and scope of their programs
  • 38% report moderate to significant improvements in the quality of back office services