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Grants to Organizations
Since 1998, Arts Illiana has administered over $50,000 annually in IAC-funded grants to area organizations for arts-related projects. A letter of intent to apply for the grant is due in March and the application deadline is in April. There are three categories of grants:
Arts Organization Support: Operating support for non-profit arts organizations and institutions (Organizations with cash operating income/expenses (average of last three fiscal years) $250,00 or more will apply for AOS II.) (Organizations with cash operating income/expenses (average of last three fiscal years) between $50,000 and $250,000 will apply for AOS I)
Arts Project Support: Funding support for arts projects of arts and non-arts non-profit organizations including educational institutions·
Mini Grants: Funding for small arts projects of arts and non-arts non-profit organizations including educational institutions
DOWNLOADABLE FORMS AND DOCUMENTS: (Click to open link.)
CALENDAR FOR FY2013 REGIONAL INITIATIVE GRANT PROGRAM:
GRANT INFORMATION WORKSHOPS FOR FY2014 GRANT:
2. Tax Exempt Status 501(C) (3) or the equivalent verification—exempt letter from IRS not needed—you are only required to state that you have the necessary tax exempt status. You will be required to upload a copy of your IRS Letter of Determination on your online grant application.
3. Grant Application Category (AOSI) (AOSII) (APS) (MINI) (consult grant application guidelines to confirm appropriate category)
4. APS and MINI Applicants: Provide brief description of intended arts project and include dates of project.
5. All applicants: Please include an estimate of grant amount request. (APS/MINI: consult grant application guidelines for category caps on amount requests) (AOS I and AOS II should use their FY12 Funding Level.)
6. Signature and Date from Authorized Official of Organization
Tuesday, May 21
1:00-3:00 p.m. or 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Art Spaces, Inc. - Wabash Valley Outdoor Sculpture Collection and J3 Concepts are pleased to present Turn to the River - a Community Conversation, Tuesday, May 21 at the Girl Scout Program Center in Fairbanks Park. The public is invited to either of two public sessions, one from 1-3 p.m. and the second from 5:30-7:30 p.m. No r.s.v.p. is required. Individuals may also drop in between 3:30-5:00 to chat with the planners.
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