COMPETITIONS & FUNDING :: ORGANIZATIONS ONLY
Opportunities that are available for a variety of disciplines.
Distributes annual sustaining and discretionary grants to non-profit arts groups of all disciplines in the Puget Sound area.
City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
The Neighborhood Matching Fund awards more than $3 million each year to Seattle neighborhood groups and organizations. A neighborhood may create a group just to undertake a project - the group does not need to be "incorporated."
City of Seattle Department of Information Technology
The Technology Matching Fund provides funding to Seattle organizations and neighborhood groups for technology literacy and access projects.
Paul G. Allen Foundations
Supports arts organizations that work with literary arts, visual, new media, and performing arts through its Foundation for the Arts and supports musical growth through its Foundation for Music.
Listings of links to corporations, foundations, fraternal organizations and private companies that fund non-profit organizations.
The Seattle Foundation
The Foundation's Community Grantmaking Program supports organizations by making capital, equipment, and operating support grants. The arts, culture, and humanities is a principal funding area.
Regional / National / International
Supports arts organizations through several grant and initiative opportunities. The initiatives are invitation only but the grants are open to all qualified organizations.
Arts Alliance for Contemporary Glass
Gives grants to arts organizations that will use them to educate the public about glass art.
Current listings of funding opportunities for arts organizations. Sponsored by New York Foundation for the Arts.
Offers grants that support arts and cultural organizations, programs, festivals and performances that reach out to children and nontraditional audiences to contribute to intercultural understanding.
The Grantsmanship Center
Lists the latest grant announcements from the Federal Register, as well as grant sources for funding from community foundations and federal, state and international funding.
A network of volunteers who mine the Net for prospect research on foundations, grants, corporations, and international funding produce this site primarily for non-profit fundraisers. If you prefer, you can sign up for a monthly e-mail newsletter of opportunities.
Funds culturally diverse projects by arts organizations that reach out to a large audience. Also funds arts education programs.
National Endowment for the Arts
Supports non-profit organizations of all sizes and for projects in all disciplines. Funds individuals through literary, jazz, and heritage fellowships. The NEA is an independent agency of the federal government.
Offers grants to organizations in the dance, theater, visual arts, art education, and advocacy fields. Grants for major sponsorship of projects in all disciplines are also available.
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Encourages artistic excellence through grants to organizations that support individual artists by providing opportunities for development and growth.
Association of Performing Arts Presenters
Offers granting opportunities to its members for support, planning, and travel.
The Doris Duke Foundation
Supports the performing arts community through several different grant and initiative programs.
The Flintridge Foundation
Grants for ensemble theatre companies in Washington, California and Oregon
to support artistic projects, general operations, unrestricted funds and
capacity building efforts.
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Supports organizations that have long running programs.
The Andy Warhol Foundation
Supports art organizations that focus on contemporary visual arts through projects that are original and thought-provoking.
Additional opportunities for organizations opportunities for organizations