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Grants to Georgia Nonprofits and Agencies for Programs to Promote the Arts in the Local Community

Forsyth County Arts Alliance Grant


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Funding Source
North Georgia Community Foundation (NGCF) - Forsyth County Arts Alliance Fund
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Geographic Focus
USA: Georgia: Forsyth County

Important Dates
LOI Date: 04/03/23
Deadline: 05/08/23 12:00 Noon Save

Grant Description
Grants of up to $5,000 to Georgia nonprofit organizations and governmental entities for programs, projects, and events that promote arts in the local community in eligible locations. A letter of intent must be submitted prior to submitting a full grant application. Eligible activities benefit the residents of Forsyth County.

Mission: Believing that a vibrant arts culture is vital to a thriving community, FCAA enriches the arts through strategic support and financial stewardship in perpetuity.


  • To develop a broad and diverse audience base for the arts, including public and special audience education about art form.
  • To increase opportunities for Forsyth County arts-providing organizations to perform, present, and exhibit.
  • To support programs that are reflective of Forsyth County's diverse cultural heritage.
  • To increase the artistic, management, marketing, and fundraising capacity of local arts organizations.
  • To support projects with a plan for self-sufficiency.
  • To establish FCAA as an important contributor to the arts community in Forsyth County.


Additional Eligibility Criteria
Only qualified tax-exempt organizations and governmental entities are permitted to be the direct recipient of the grant funds.

FCAA grants do not typically fund:
- Debt reduction
- Individuals (e.g., scholarships to attend skill-building workshops or seminars; artistic endeavors by an individual)
- Presentations that a reasonable person could consider objectionably offensive
- Lobbying or electioneering activities
- Recurring operational costs such as rent, utilities, staff salaries, etc.

Pre-Application Information
The dates for the 2023 Grant Cycle are:
- March 1 – Grant Cycle opens
- April 3 – Letters of Intent due by 12:00 noon / Full grant application available
- May 8 – Grant Applications due by 12:00 noon
- June 30 – Grant Award Decisions announced

Additional Information:

Estimated Size of Grant
Note that a single grant generally will not be awarded for more than 50% of the total budget for any given project, program, or event, nor shall a single grant generally exceed $5,000 in 2023.

Term of Contract
The arts project, program, or event must occur between July 1, 2023 and August 31, 2024.

Contact Information
Apply Online:

For more information, contact FCAA Executive Director, Ahna Phillips:

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