Foundation / Corporation
08/13/19 5:00 p.m. (PDT) Receipt or Postmarked
Grants of up to $10,000 to Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana nonprofit Native American organizations, tribal agencies, and individual Native artists who are working to revitalize endangered Native art forms, practices, and knowledge. Funding is intended for both project and general support.
1. Promote and preserve the identity of Native cultures through artistic expression.
2. Promote the continuation of Native art through traditional and/or contemporary forms and practices.
3. Promote the growth of artistic practice through individual and collaborative projects.
4. Potlatch Fund's mission is to expand philanthropy within Tribal Nations and Native Communities in the Northwest by inspiring and building upon the Native tradition of giving. Organizations that are aligned with the Fund's mission will be supported.
Successful Applications will Demonstrate:
- The applicant's ability to increase the visibility of art in public spaces and/or Native communities.
- How the proposed work changes or impacts their community.
- The applicant's ability to contribute to the overall success of a Native Arts cohort (offered by Potlatch Fund to complement the grant program). The cohort will provide up to 75 hours of direct training and technical assistance over 10 months in topic areas related to increasing the capacity of native artist-owned small businesses.
- The applicant's ability to access resources (e.g., monetary funds from other partners, volunteers, in-kind donations) from other sources.
- The applicant's ability to carry out the proposed work (e.g., adequate staff and/or volunteers, partnerships, etc.).
GrantWatch ID#: 172626
Grants will be awarded in amounts up to $10,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Register and apply for a grant online:
If you have questions about the proposal submission process, contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.624.6076.
801 Second Avenue, Suite 304
Seattle, WA 98104
USA: Idaho; Montana; Oregon; Washington