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Organizational Support Grant

About the Program

The Organizational Support Grant (OSG) is an evaluative program that provides general operating support to organizations demonstrating artistic and organizational excellence.

 

Grants are awarded to arts and cultural organizations of all sizes and disciplines within the arts sector that meet high standards in the quality of their programs and services, level of community involvement, administrative capacity, and fiscal responsibility. This program recognizes organizations with strong administrative stability and an established record of programmatic service to Forsyth County. OSG provides funding to support organizational goals and objectives, rather than specific projects or restricted programs.

 

To be eligible, organizations must operate within a mission that describes the arts and culture as the primary purpose and focus of its operations. Additionally, organizations must have Forsyth County as their primary residence and service area and be an Arts Council Member Organization with a 501(c)(3) status.

Timeline

Deadline: November 5, 2023

Please note: This grant program is by invitation only. 

FY23 Organizational Support Grant Recipients

Organization Award and Amount:

Authoring Action $20,000

Bookmarks $15,000

NC Black Repertory Company $74,000

Piedmont Craftsmen $30,000

Piedmont Opera $30,000

Piedmont Wind Symphony $15,000

RiverRun International Film Festival $35,000

Sawtooth School for Visual Art (facility subsidy) $93,934

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art $45,000

The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem $74,000

Winston-Salem Delta Fine Arts $15,000

Winston-Salem Festival Ballet $15,000

Winston-Salem Symphony $74,000

Total Awards: $535,934

Requirements

Please note: This grant program is by invitation only.

Contact

General Questions:

Cécile Boynton

Community Grants and Services Manager

cboynton@intothearts.org

(336) 747-1431

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This project is supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

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