Cultural Council of Palm Beach County
04/05/19 11:59 PM
Grants to Palm Beach County, Florida nonprofit cultural and arts organizations and local agencies for cultural programming that will attract visitors to the area. New applicants must contact program staff prior to applying. Funding is intended for marketing and programming expenses for a regular season of programs open to the general public in Palm Beach County.
The Cultural Council and the Tourist Development Council seek to strengthen Palm Beach County as a cultural tourism destination by providing program support to cultural institutions that attract out of county visitors by offering arts and cultural programming that appeals to, and satisfies, tourists.
This grant program reimburses for the following allowable expenses:
A. Marketing personnel expenses directly related to the program (up to 50% of adjusted salary)
B. Outside professional artist services directly related to the program
C. Outside professional marketing and PR services
D. Other outside professional services directly related to the program
E. Space rental directly related to the program
F. Marketing and advertising expenses used on out of county marketing only
G. Outside artist travel, supplies, and other expenses directly related to the program
GrantWatch ID#: 147533
The funding levels are as follows:
1. Organizations with operating revenues of $2 million or less, request 10% of operating revenues;
2. Organizations with operating revenues between $2,000,001 and 3 million, request $200,000;
3. Organizations with operating revenues between $3,000,001 and 5 million, request $250,000;
4. Organizations with operating revenues above $5 million request $300,000.
The grant period is October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To request any forms in a different format, or if you have specific questions about this grant program, please contact the Cultural Council Grants Department: email@example.com or (561) 214‑8087.
Vicky Jackson, Grants Coordinator
Jan Rodusky, Chief Grants Officer
USA: Florida: Palm Beach County
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