City of West Hollywood seeks for Community Arts Grant – US
The City of West Hollywood is pleased to offer WeHo Community Arts Grants intended to support a variety of community-based programs, projects and events developed/produced by nonprofit organizations where funding can make a meaningful and sustainable difference in enriching the cultural life of the West Hollywood community.
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Grant Program Purpose
The City has identified the following objectives for the WeHo Community Arts Grant:
Support for community-based organizations that want to add artists and performances to their community programs or events, or undertake an arts education program for a specific population such as older adults, children or special needs groups;
Support for small arts projects developed by educational, social service, or community based organizations in which art is not the primary mission of the organization;
Designed to enhance free public events with an arts component;
Intended to provide payment or honorariums to performers, musicians, or other artists;
Support for productions or presentations of art projects developed by non-profit organizations;
Designed to increase access to and/or participation in the arts and could be used for art making or arts participation activities, typically for educational purposes, in support of the organization’s mission.
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$ 8,000 Total amount of funding available in this category per year;
$ 2,000 Total maximum award per organization per year.
Applicants must meet the following conditions:
Applicants must have a current non-profit tax status.
Projects must take place in West Hollywood or the immediate West Hollywood immediately adjacent (within 5 blocks of the border of West Hollywood).
Applicants must demonstrate marketing and outreach strategy targeting West Hollywood residents and constituents.
Applications must be for projects to take place a minimum of 60 days after application deadline.
For more information, visit https://www.weho.org/community/arts-and-culture/grants-and-opportunities/grants-guidelines-and-applications