Denver County Cultural Council (DCCC)
05/11/15 4:00 PM
Grants to Denver County, Colorado non-profit arts, cultural, and scientific organizations that are seeking financial support to assist with the following types of capacity building activities: training and conferences, equipment purchases, and consultations. The following specific activities within each of these areas will be supported:
1. Training and Conferences
Registration fees to attend classes, workshops, trainings, or conferences on non-profit management or professional development skills. Funds are only available for fees incurred that are directly attributable to the educational opportunity, and are not available for travel, lodging, or per-diem expenses.
Costs for hiring a consultant or vendor for one-on-one or group projects on non-profit management or specific organizational issues. This may include board development, facilitation of retreats or strategic planning, or consultation on issues such as database, website, fundraising, or accounting. Consultation or facilitation related to capital projects is not eligible.
Purchase of hardware, software, or equipment to improve organizational capacity.
Other capacity-building requests may be considered by the Committee, based on need and merit.
GrantWatch ID#: 152932
Funds must be used within one year of receipt.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Director, Cultural Affairs
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