City of Orem
02/28/20 5:00 PM
Grants to Utah nonprofit organizations and agencies in eligible regions to support arts and culture programming or operation and capital expenses related to recreational facilities. For organizations, funding may be used for programs in a wide range of disciplines related to arts and culture. For agencies, funding may be used for construction projects and general operations of recreational and cultural facilities. Eligible applicants will serve the City of Orem.
Three types of CARE grants are available (for nonprofit organizations):
Facilities Grants: Available to government entities.
Recreational facilities include parks, playgrounds, golf courses, athletic fields, gymnasiums, swimming pools, trail systems, or other facilities used for recreational purposes. Cultural facilities include museums, theaters, art centers, music halls, or other cultural or arts facilities. Under state law, government-owned or operated facilities are the only facilities eligible for CARE funds.
Cultural Arts: Many disciplines are eligible, including performing arts, visual arts, literary arts, historic preservation, arts education, and more. A more complete listing is provided in the CARE Policies and Procedures document.
GrantWatch ID#: 143252
- Major Grants: $10,000 or more
- Mid-Major Grants: $5,000 – $9,999
- Mini-Grants: $4,999 or less
Organizations applying for major grants may be awarded up to 35% of their total qualifying operating expenses. Qualifying expenses include those associated with programs, marketing, royalties and licensing fees, and other operating expenses related to the organization’s primary cultural purpose.
Organizations applying for mid-major grants and mini-grants can be awarded a full grant regardless of their current operating budgets.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://secure.orem.org/CareSite/
For questions, contact:
Steven Downs, CARE Program Administrator
801.229.711 / 801.229.7115
Kena Mathews, CARE Program Support
City of Orem
56 N. State St.
Orem, Utah 84057
USA: Utah: City of Orem
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