Foundation / Corporation
The St. Louis Regional Arts Commission
Grants to St. Louis City and/or County, Missouri non-profit arts organizations for projects and initiatives that demonstrate flexibility, openness to change, and willingness to take risks in accomplishing organizational and programmatic goals. Interested applicants must submit a Letter of Intent by August 1. Proposals encompassing a broad range of ideas will be considered.
Funds are available in two categories:
1) Innovative Projects and Initiatives - This category will provide support for a broad range of new ideas. Projects or initiatives may include but are not limited to artistic innovation, technology, technical innovation, audience development, community engagement, community outreach, marketing, diverse partnerships and collaborations, creative place-making, and entrepreneurial enterprises.
2) Advancement - This category of support is intended to strengthen the capacity and management/administration of arts organizations and to assist in accomplishing defined goals. Organizational development initiatives related to management and administration could include but are not limited to the areas of information systems, marketing, public relations, management/organizational structure, financial management, and sustainability. Initiatives should be designed to result in organizational change that comes from a shift in assumptions and provide new ways to fulfill the organization’s mission.
GrantWatch ID#: 145665
Projects should start between January 1 and December 31, 2015 and the timeline for single or multi-year projects is flexible.
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