Project Creosote: Rebuilding Grant for those organizing in the arts

Rebuilding Grant for Those Organizing in the Arts

The Project Creosote: Rebuilding Grant for those Organizing in the Arts provides unrestricted awards to non-profit arts and culture organizations servicing Tucson and Southern Arizona whose goals may include attending to their creative communities’ needs, saving jobs, funding operations, purchasing supplies, and reaching audiences for engagement and participation.

About Project Creosote: Rebuilding Grant for those organizing in the arts

Funded in part by The National Endowment for the Arts CARES, City of Tucson, and Pima County.

The Project Creosote: Rebuilding Grant for those Organizing in the Arts is a relief effort to support arts organizations that demonstrate a commitment to enriching the community through Arts and Culture. The Arts Foundation will distributed up to $10,000 to organizations operating within Southern Arizona and the Native Sovereign Nations of Ak-Chin Indian Community, Sovereign Nation of the Cocopahs, Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation, Gila River Indian Community, Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Tohono O’Odham Nation, and San Carlos Apache Nation. Southern Arizona encompasses all communities between the Gila River and the US-Mexico International Border.

Collectives and cooperatives are encouraged to apply with 501(c)3 Fiscal Sponsors.

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