North Vancouver Recreation and Culture Commission
02/02/15 12:00 PM
Grants to British Columbia, Canada non-profit arts, cultural and heritage organizations serving North Vancouver residents to support annual operating activities. Applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss organizational eligibility with program staff prior to applying.
The program focuses on and supports:
-Groups that demonstrate a clear mission, mandate and artistic vision;
-Groups that create and present work produced primarily by local artists/performers/artisans;
-Groups that operate year-round in a fiscally responsible manner with a sound governance model;
-Groups that demonstrate leadership, innovation and collaboration in their artistic and community engagement practices;
-Groups that provide opportunities for creative sector development that include employment to artists and creative sector workers.
Generally speaking, very few operating grants are awarded that are greater than 30% of the annual operating budget.
Eligible uses of operating grant funds include, but are not exclusively restricted to:
-Fees and related expenses for Artists, Musicians, Programming Staff, Cultural Workers;
-Volunteer expenses (recruiting, training, support etc.);
-Production expenses (installation of artwork, equipment rental, costumes, sound, lights;
-Marketing, community outreach and promotional expenses;
-Operating overheads: insurance coverage; rent; etc.
GrantWatch ID#: 148992
Grants are provided to support operating and programming activities that take place in the 2015 fiscal year. For organizations where the operating year does not follow the calendar year, grants are to be applied to the 2015-16 fiscal year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Barb McLean, Cultural Services Officer
North Vancouver Recreation & Culture Commission
Suite 315 - 1277 Lynn Valley Road
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7J 0A2
District of North Vancouver
Canada: British Columbia;
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