Gilroy Foundation’s 2021 Julie Hayes Grant Program – United States
The Gilroy Foundation is seeking proposals for the 2021 Julie Hayes Grant Program.
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Areas of funding: Performing Arts – dance, music, opera, theatre, musical theatre, stagecraft, costume/makeup
Since 1980, Gilroy Foundation has awarded over $14.8 million in grants and scholarships. Foundation grants have made a positive and powerful difference in every sphere of life in the community, including:
Increasing the self-sufficiency of children and families
Building the capacity of students to excel in school
Promoting the physical, mental, and social health of all individuals
Enriching the cultural life of the community
Improving the environment
Helping to bridge gaps in neighborhoods
Encouraging career opportunities in all trades and professions
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Grant range: $10,000
In reviewing grant applications, in addition to evaluating the potential impact of the requests, the Foundation gives careful consideration to:
Programs which would contribute to Performing Arts.
The ability of the organization or program to become self-supporting after initial seed money or interim funding. The extent of local volunteer involvement and support for the organization’s board.
The organization’s fiscal responsibility and management qualifications.
Organizations must be properly constituted and organized with a board of directors, by-laws, financial records, and controls. Grant consideration cannot be given either to individuals or to organizations that do not have their nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) status from the Internal Revenue Service. Grant applications will also be accepted from all Gilroy public and private schools and the City of Gilroy.
For more information, visit https://gilroyfoundation.org/receive/grants/