Grant funding totaling $100,000 is available to nonprofit or government organizations in Vancouver in 2023
VANCOUVER – The city of Vancouver is accepting applications for culture, arts and heritage grants. Grant funding totaling $100,000 is available to nonprofit or government organizations in Vancouver in 2023.
Applications must be submitted online at www.cityofvancouver.us/culturegrants. The deadline to apply for funding is 3 p.m. May 17, with recipients announced in early July. Projects or programs receiving grant funding must be completed by Dec. 31, 2024.
Eligible projects include performances, exhibitions, special events, infrastructure improvements and professional development programming. Applications should demonstrate high artistic quality, innovation and creativity and should reflect, celebrate and preserve the heritage and diversity of Vancouver.
“Arts, culture and heritage programs benefit nearly every aspect of our lives. From the vibrancy, character and economic prosperity of our city to our own personal health, wellbeing and connections with one another” said Vancouver Cultural Services Manager Stacey Donovan.
An optional, in-person grant workshop is scheduled for noon on April 25 at Vancouver City Hall (415 W. Sixth Street).
More information about the grants, including the review process and full guidelines, is available at www.cityofvancouver.us/culturegrants.
Information provided by city of Vancouver.
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