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The Performing Arts Readiness project offers free webinars, on-site training, and presentations at professional conferences on various topics related to emergency preparedness:
Your organization exists to enhance and improve the quality of life for its community members, and understanding the representativeness and well-being of your workforce is the first step to meeting your goals.
SMU DataArts invites organizations to participate in a study on Workforce Demographics for a low-cost opportunity to receive a comparative report on the demographic makeup and well-being of your staff, board, and independent contractors.
The Anonymous Was A Woman Environmental Art Grants (AWAW EAG) will distribute a total of $300,000 in funding—up to $20,000 per project—to support environmental art projects led by women-identifying artists in the United States and U.S. Territories.
Inclusive Healthy Communities is a grant program established in 2020 by the Division of Disability Services, New Jersey Department of Human Services. The program funds New Jersey communities and organizations engaged in projects that promote the health and well-being of individuals with disabilities in the communities where they live.
In December 2021, the Poetry Foundation announced a new grantmaking strategy to provide support to the fields of poetry and literary arts.
The Poetry Foundation has committed $9 million over three years, beginning in 2022. Grants will support US-based nonprofit organizations through the following priorities:
The Poetry Foundation is a private foundation; its mission is to amplify poetry and celebrate poets by fostering spaces for all to create, experience, and share poetry. The Foundation strives to achieve this through an array of programs and publications designed to develop new audiences, create innovative avenues for delivery, and recognize and support all forms of poetry.
These goals are grounded in the Foundation’s values and commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. The Foundation’s grantmaking initiative actively seeks to build equitable practices and share its resources ethically within the poetry ecosystem to achieve this aim.
The Frankenthaler Climate Initiative, launched by Helen Frankenthaler Foundation in partnership with RMI and Environment and Culture Partners, is a national grantmaking program that addresses climate change through cultural institutions.
The J.M.K. Innovation Prize seeks to identify, support, and elevate innovators who are spearheading transformative early-stage projects in the fields of the environment, heritage conservation, and social justice.
In 2023, we will award up to ten Prizes, each including a cash award of $150,000 over three years, plus $25,000 in technical assistance funds, for a total award of $175,000. Awardees also receive guidance through the Fund and its resource network, providing tools and training to support them through the challenges of a startup organization.
The Capital Arts – Historic Locations Grant Program supports capital projects for nonprofit arts organizations located in New Jersey. In FY23, the program will be presented in partnership with the New Jersey Historic Trust and will include the distribution of approximately $2.7 million in State Arts Council grant funds. The grant program is designed to help New Jersey’s nonprofit arts organizations operating locations with historic designation(s) or certified eligible for historic designation, build operational stability and capacity and improve or enhance a historic facility through: • construction • repair or expansion of existing facilities • acquisition/installation of building service equipment (plumbing, mechanical, and/or electrical equipment, et. al.)
Consejo Estatal de las Artes de Nueva Jersey Capital Arts - Lugares históricos Directrices del Programa de Subvenciones para el Año Fiscal 23
Technical assistance available through March. Contact Diane Felcyn (firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-633-1244) with questions about arts-related eligibility, or the New Jersey Historic Trust (609-984-0473) for historic and project based questions | Register for one of the several sessions here: February 24, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | Register Here, March 3, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | Register Here, March 10, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | Register Here, March 17, 2023 , 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | Register Here, March 24, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | Register Here
Special Initiative Grants are intended to support new projects or unanticipated needs for current Council
grantees that are not part of the organization’s regular, planned, or ongoing work.
For this grant round, eligible projects are offered in two categories:
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