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AHCMC Advancement Grants to support Capacity-Building Projects (US)

AHCMC Advancement Grants to support Capacity-Building Projects (US)


Deadline: 26-Feb-21

The Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County (AHCMC) is seeking applications for its Advancement Grants (AG) to support capacity-building projects for organizations that work in a wide array of arts and humanities disciplines including performing arts, media arts, visual arts, literary arts, and folk and traditional arts, history, and philosophy.

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Early Grant Information for NGOs

The Advancement Grants (AG) are available to non-profit arts and/or humanities organizations located in Montgomery County, MD that have had both allowable annual cash revenue and expenses of at least $50,000 for the last three completed fiscal years.

Objectives

By awarding Advancement Grants, AHCMC seeks to:

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Funding Information

Award amounts range from at least $10,000 up to $100,000.
Requests over $25,000 require the applicant to submit an audit or financial review for the most recently completed fiscal year.
Requests over $50,000 require the applicant to submit an audit for the most recently completed fiscal year.
Eligibility Criteria

Organizations eligible to apply must have all the criteria below by the published application deadline and for the last three completed fiscal years:

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Has its primary mission as the exhibition, presentation, production and/or performance of, and/or education in, an arts and/or humanities discipline, and/or provides support services to artists and/or scholars and/or arts and/or humanities organizations;
Has its primary office in Montgomery County, MD, as demonstrated by the address included in the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Letter of Determination;
Has a balanced budget and documented allowable annual cash operating revenue and expenses of no less than $50,000;
Demonstrates 501(c)(3) status as described below:
Has 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status from IRS; or
Operates as a specific, arts and/or humanities entity or division within a larger 501(c)(3) organization whose primary mission is not arts and/or humanities-based;
Is governed by an independent, legally liable Board of directors operating under a mission statement for the organization and an operating budget specific to the organization;
At least 40% of its Board members reside and/or work in Montgomery County, MD;
At least one paid employee (not contracted staff) works a minimum of 5 hours a week to support the organization’s Board, comply with the grant requirements, and maintain ongoing programming;
Requests for over $25,000 require at least one paid employee (not contracted staff) who works a minimum of 20 hours a week to support the organization’s Board, comply with the grant requirements, and maintain ongoing programming.
Offers at least 51% of its programs and services in Montgomery County, MD, as demonstrated by previous, current, and projected activities and programming.
Has met all outstanding requirements for any grant(s) received from the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County in prior years.
For more information, visit https://www.creativemoco.com/grant/advancement-grants/

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