Grant Opportunities

United States: 2022 CAHA Grant Program for Individuals

United States: 2022 CAHA Grant Program for Individuals


Deadline: 30-Jul-21

The Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency (GCAHA) is offering 2022 CAHA Grant Program for Individuals to support the Arts in all its forms and in all levels with special emphasis on community involvement in artistic program, education-in-the-arts and the preservation and development of the native and ethnic arts.

Funding Priorities

Matching Grants will be awarded for specific projects or general operational support or technical assistance. In reviewing the applications submitted, the following general criteria will influence funding recommendations:
The artistic merit of the project.
The professional nature and stability of the organization, including sound business management, competent governing board, adequate and skilled project personnel, and quality and timeliness of previous reports and evaluations.
The professional commitment of the individual artist and the quality of their work.
How the project will contribute to the professional growth of the individual artist.
The ability of the organization/individual to achieve its objectives.
The success or failure of previous programs or projects of the organization/ individual.
The demonstrated need for the project. Is there evidence of demand? Are comparable services available now?
Availability to special audiences such as senior citizens, school children, individuals with disabilities, rural audiences and minorities.
The ability of the organization to raise other funds in addition to those of the GCAHA. The Council will provide no more than half of an organization’s project budget.
Number of participants / audiences.
All events and services must be open to the general public.
While not minimizing the social contributions that can be the result of arts experiences, the Council places a greater priority on those programs that emphasize the professional presentation and production of the arts.
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Projects must be completed by grantees within the fiscal period (October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022) unless extended by the Council.
Eligibility Criteria
Individual applicants are also eligible but must be a U.S. citizen or permanent residents and have resided in the Territory of Guam, for six consecutive months prior to grant submission deadline. Applicants must have a demonstrated professional commitment to the arts.
The Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency and the National Endowment for the Arts requires that all organization grants awarded by the GCAHA be limited to those organizations incorporated as a non-profit and tax exempt in nature.
As verification of non-profit status, all organizations must submit with their application a copy of the organization’s Certificate of Incorporation from the Dept. of Revenue and Taxation office, Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws. Applicants must also submit a copy of their Internal Revenue Service letter granting 501(c) (3) Federal Tax-Exempt Status.
For more information, visit https://guamcouncilontheartsandhumanities.submittable.com/submit

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