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California Community Foundation seeking Applications for La Arts Recovery Fund (US)

California Community Foundation seeking Applications for La Arts Recovery Fund (US)


Deadline: 02-Mar-21

The California Community Foundation is seeking applications for its La Arts Recovery Fund to support small and medium-sized organizations in the arts impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The LA Arts Fund will focus on arts nonprofits that contribute to the vitality of LA County, from long-standing organizations that have been part of the region’s cultural fabric for decades, to organizations that have presented daring and innovative work, to those that have served as artistic anchors for diverse communities.

The Fund includes a challenge grant from the Ford Foundation’s “America’s Cultural Treasures” regional initiative designed to support Black, Latinx, Asian, and Indigenous arts organizations in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to acknowledge and honor the diversity of artistic expression in America. Local funders will match the Ford Foundation contribution and provide critical funding to organizations with exceptional regional or local significance that have been historically underrepresented and underfunded in the narrative of America’s culture.

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Eligibility Criteria

Nonprofit arts and culture organizations that have been affected by COVID-19 are eligible to apply if they meet the following eligibility requirements at the time of application:

Be a 501(c)(3) and/or fiscally sponsored organization.
Be located in and serving Los Angeles County. Projects performed or exhibited outside of Los Angeles County are not eligible for funding.
Have principal offices in Los Angeles County.
Have a primary mission to provide arts and culture programming. Not to include living collections, such as botanical gardens, zoos, and art service organizations.
Have staffing to support the management and execution of the funds.
Have a history of at least three (3) full and consecutive years of arts programming in LA County.
Have an annual operating budget of $10 million and under prior to March 1, 2020.
Have a Board of Directors and/or Advisory Council.
Who is not eligible to apply?
Organizations whose primary mission is to raise funds.
Educational institutions that lead to a degree or diploma, including but not limited to private or public schools or scholarship programs, colleges, and universities. This includes departments and programs therein, except for arts organizations that possess independent 501(c)(3) status.
Municipal or County government agencies and departments.
Organizations whose primary mission is not arts related (e.g., social service, religious, education, botanical gardens, zoos, or health organizations), as demonstrated by more than 75% of the applicant organization’s budget not devoted to arts programming.
Individual artists.
Arts service organizations.
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February 9, 2021, at 8 pm PST – Request for Applications Opens;
March 2, 2021, at 5 pm PST – Request for Applications Closes;
Week of  May 3, 2021,*  – Applicants Informed of Grant Decisions via Email

  • Timing subject to change.
    For more information, visit https://www.calfund.org/nonprofits/open-grants/laartsfund-rfp/

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