A FREE service for non-profit history, museum, and science organizations in New Jersey that collect and care for the artifacts that help tell our unique history.The program is designed to guide organizations on how to best provide optimal care for the objects entrusted to them, so that current and future generations can continue to benefit from a close connection to history.
If you are looking to learn something new about the nonprofit sphere, podcasts can be a great way to learn everything about a topic right from the experts, to catch up on success stories from interviews with leaders in the field and to stay on top of trends in the nonprofit sector.
PNC Arts Alive and PNC Arts Alive CONNECT are competitive grant programs for one- and two-year funding terms, respectively, that begin in September of each year. The original PNC Arts Alive grant program remains much the same as it did when it first launched more than 10 years ago, while the new PNC Arts Alive CONNECT, launched in 2019, is designed to support smaller, community-based arts and cultural organizations over a two-year term.
This Protecting Your Assets Toolkit offers guidance on making critical decisions about your arts or cultural organization’s structure and resilience, and how to preserve your assets whether you are growing, stable, contracting or suspending operations. Many resources have emerged recently to explore different aspects of arts and cultural organizations. This Toolkit focuses specifically on the organization’s overall structure and assets, rather than programming, to help you control your own destiny.
At Sidecar, we create the tools a leader needs to grow their career and their membership organizations, like associations and nonprofits. The skills you’ll learn within our growing community, interactive workshops and from our step-by-step courses will drive innovation, empower strategic thinking and institute cultural changes wherever your career takes you.
Forecast is a non-profit arts organization founded in 1978 by and for artists working in public space. Based in Saint Paul, MN and working both locally and nationally, Forecast connects artists with cities, institutions and communities to courageously tackle the vital issues of our time. We partner with decision-makers and stakeholders on arts and cultural planning efforts, and support public artists with funding, training and opportunities to create partnerships and advance their public art careers. We also help others find, select, curate, fund and commission public artists. Forecast emphasizes access for artists of color, indigenous artists, and groups that are traditionally excluded.