ASI has several financial volunteers and graduate students who will help your organization complete and understand CDP.
CDP is now becoming the norm for many funders and foundations within their grant application process.
Email email@example.com if you would like more information
In May, ASI will develop a listing of potential venues from across New York State that are interested in hosting an artist(s) from Quebec. There is no commitment right away. The venue can decide if a partnership with the interested artist is viable. The applicant artists are required to make contact with a venue to determine the viability for a partnership and obtain a letter of support. This will become part of the artist’s application.
All interested venues will be included on a list of potential partners given to the Quebec applicant artists.
ASI is working with Block Club, producers of dining cards and beverage cards in Buffalo and in multiple other cities. Each participating organization would have their name, logo, and website on one of 52 cards in the deck, and would offer a 25% discount on their tickets or admissions. Restrictions on number of tickets or performances can be implemented by the organization. The decks are good for a period of September 1, 2013 through December 31, 2014, will be priced at $20 per deck, and 2,500 decks will be printed. They will be sold through the web, retail locations, and participating organizations.
For more information on how your organization can participate in this cultural fundraiser:
If you are interested in participating please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
ASI will be administering these grants on behalf of the Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation.
We are seeking proposals from qualified not-for-profit organizations and similarly qualified groups or individuals with specific expertise in events and programming to provide entertainment, educational, recreational and related experiences at various sites along the Buffalo River in Buffalo, NY between June 28 and November 3, 2013.
Arts initiative picks up $25K grant
MAY 23, 2013
The Arts Services Initiative of Western New York will map the economic impact of the arts and culture in the region with help from a new $25,000 grant.
The funds come from the Arts & Culture Research Fund established last year by the New York Community Trust to answer exactly what arts and culture contribute to the state’s economy and to community development efforts.
ASI was the largest grantee and one of six nonprofits who will receive a combined $110,000, the first round of research grants to explore the role arts and culture play in New York.
Arts & Culture Research Fund Awards $110,000 to Measure the Impact of the Arts Throughout New York State More news articles...
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