2008 Community Arts Grants. Decentralization Capacity Building. About the Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester. Supports the arts community: Technical assistance Membership services Grant programs Special initiatives Independent not-for-profit (not a government agency)
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DEC Grants: Money comes from Albany and is “decentralized” to different regions for “local decision making”
Funding from New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency
For public arts programming in Monroe County
Capacity Building Grants
In partnership with Rochester Area Community Foundation (RACF)
Purpose: to enhance the business side of what you do
For cultural not-for-profits in RACF’s six-county service area: Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Wayne
Annual budget less than $500,000Community Arts GrantsGrants of $500 to $5,000
Conduits bring more than just not-for-profit status to this role!
Michael Futter, Director of Development and Grant Programs; (585) 473-4000, ext. 202; email@example.com
Tracy Kroft, Grants Manager, ext. 210; firstname.lastname@example.org