Foundation / Corporation
Edmonton Arts Council (EAC) Community Investment Program (CIP)
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Grants to Edmonton, Alberta nonprofit organizations for operating assistance for arts events and festivals. Funding is intended to support multi-day festival events for the general public or arts activities such as the production and performance of artistic works. Funding is intended to improve the quality of life for local residents.
Applicant organizations must have as its main purpose:
- A multi-day festival event that is the celebration of a theme of interest or appeal to the general public that will occur within the City of Edmonton in 2020, or;
- A season of Arts activity such as presentation, production, performance of artistic works, or the support of artists, to the benefit of Edmontonians.
GrantWatch ID#: 143338
In accordance with Policy C211, support through the City of Edmonton Community Investment Program may be provided to a maximum of 25% of the applicant’s prior year expenses as shown on their financial statements.
Organizations that are accepted to apply without a full year of operations or are proposing a new festival may be supported to a maximum of 25% of the applicant’s budgeted or projected relevant expenses. This does not imply that 25% is a target support level for all organizations, or that the EAC does not consider other factors in determining grant amounts.
Grants are subject to the availability of funds and a peer assessment of merit.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To apply: https://eacawards.fluidreview.com/
If you have any questions regarding the content of the application or the grant process, please contact EAC Grants staff at email@example.com or (780) 424-2787.
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