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Grant funding is available through the Arts Council. We provide funding for non-profit arts organizations, artists and other creative groups that produce art, culture and/or science programs that benefit the residents of and visitors to Flagstaff, Arizona.

Resources for Grant Recipients – if your organization has already received funding, you’ll find important resources like logos and information at this link.

Previous Grant Awards – see which organizations and projects have received funding in recent years.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT – 3/25/2020

Dear applicants,

The last couple of weeks have hit our sector hard and generated a lot of uncertainty. We know that you all are busy trying to understand how closures and cancellations impact your current operations — let alone your planned operations over the next 15 months.

Because of this, we are extending this year’s grant deadline from Monday, March 30 to midnight, Sunday, April 12. If you are able to submit by the old deadline or prior to the new deadline, please consider doing so. By extending the deadline, the grant review committee will have less time to review what will likely be more applications. But, please use the time, if you need to.

This extended deadline also gives our staff more time to review and provide feedback on draft applications since our timelines over the last couple of weeks have been disrupted as well.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Sincerely,

The Flagstaff Arts Council Grants Team



Eligibility Questionaire

Grants for Organizations: Art & Science Fund

Funding for non-profit organizations is available through the Art & Science Fund at the Flagstaff Arts Council. The Art & Science Fund is made possible with funding from the City of Flagstaff BBB Revenues.

To inquire about future grant funding opportunities, please email grants@flagartscouncil.org or call 928-779-2300, option 8.


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