Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture (FCAC)
06/26/20 11:59 PM
Grants ranging from $1,000 to $50,000 to Fulton County, Georgia nonprofit organizations, municipalities, colleges, universities, local schools, and individual artists for small community-based arts programming and projects. Funding is also available for operating support.
The Contracts for Services Program (CFS) seeks to strengthen the cultural health of individuals, organizations, and communities by awarding funding and providing technical assistance to non-profit organizations whose arts programming supports arts and cultural services to Fulton County residents. Funding is awarded through service contracts that specify the services that the individual artist or organization is required to provide in exchange for financial support from Fulton County.
Funding is available in the following categories:
Arts Services Fund
Provides program support for the delivery of services that support arts & cultural organizations and artists. Fulton County Arts & Culture partner organizations applying in this category are subject to funding eligibility negotiation by the Allocations Committee and the Fulton County Arts Council.
Emerging Arts Funds
Provides project support to emerging arts organizations with operating budgets $100,000 or less.
Operating Support Funds
Provides operating support for arts and cultural organizations. All budget sizes eligible.
Project Support Funds
Provides project support to the following Fulton County based groups. All budget sizes eligible.
Small Arts Project Fund
Provides funding support for the creation and delivery of small community-driven arts projects.
Funding is awarded for the following primary purposes:
GrantWatch ID#: 145278
First-time applicants will no longer be capped at a $5,000 maximum request amount. Applicants are allowed to request the maximum amount the organization is eligible to request based on budget size in the project support funds category.
The Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture (FCAC) announces funding ranging from $1,000 to $50,000.
Arts Services Fund: Funding up to $50,000
Emerging Arts Fund: Funding up to $10,000
Operating Support Fund: Funding up to $50,000
Project Support Fund: Funding up to $50,000
Small Arts Project Fund: Funding up to $5,000
The project period for the Operating Support, Project Support, Emerging Arts, and Art Services categories is January 1 - December 31, 2020.
The project periods for the Small Arts Project category are January 1 - December 31, 2020, and August 1 - Decemer 13, 2020.
FCAC reserves the right to recommend multi-year general operating funding for up to three consecutive years to eligible CFS applicants that demonstrate significant impact to the community.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: http://fulton.dullestech.net/index.do
New applicants must register on Webgrants to establish a profile.
Shantras Lakes, Contracts for Services Manager
Tasha Tavaras, Contracts for Services Specialist
141 Pryor St. SW Suite 2030 Atlanta, GA 30303
USA: Georgia: Fulton County
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