Grant Opportunities

Culture Heritage Grants Program in the US

Culture Heritage Grants Program in the US


Deadline: 5-Aug-21

The Cuyahoga Arts & Culture is seeking applications for its Flexible support grants to support cultural heritage organizations.

The purpose of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture’s Cultural Heritage (CH) grant program is to support and strengthen the community by providing flexible support to organizations that are representative of a culturally-specific population.

Funding Information & Criteria

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Grant amounts will range from $5,000 to $30,000.
The panel will evaluate all eligible applications based on CAC’s Funding Criteria:

Public Benefit
An organization’s ability to meaningfully and authentically engage its community to achieve its mission.
Artistic & Cultural Vibrancy
An organization’s ability to create quality, mission-driven work that inspires and challenges its community.
Organisational Capacity
An organization’s ability to successfully manage resources to their best use now and for years to come.
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To be eligible for the CH grant program, organizations must meet all the following criteria:

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Have a primary mission to produce, present or create programs or activities in areas directly concerned with arts or culture heritage (as defined by the Ohio Revised Code) for the general public.
Have a permanent and viable base in Cuyahoga County for at least two years prior to June 3, 2021. Applicant organization must have a business address in Cuyahoga County and conduct the majority of its local programs and services in Cuyahoga County for the residents of Cuyahoga County and visitors to Cuyahoga County.
Applying organizations must be authentically representative of the population they serve, as evidenced by the following:
At least 50 percent of staff and board combined is made up of individual from a culturally specific population or another clear expression of the organization being deeply rooted in and able to authentically express the experiences of that culturally specific population.
Arts and culture programming focused on and reflective of that culturally specific population.
Be a 501(c)(3) organization as verified by Guidestar’s Charity Check service.
Be incorporated and authorized to do business in Ohio as verified by the Ohio Secretary of State.
Have previously received and successfully completed at least two Project Support grants from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
Have an annual organizational budget (expenses) up to $500,000 as determined by the organization’s IRS Form 990/990-EZ.
For more information, visit https://www.cacgrants.org/grant-programs/cultural-heritage/

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