Funding and Grants for Arts Education Programs

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FUNDING AND GRANTS FOR ARTS EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Schools receive funding for arts education programs from school districts, PTA/PTOs, grants, foundations, and/or parent donations. Speak with your principal to identify how your school’s art program will be supported. If your school requires additional resources due to lack of school funding for the arts or state/district budget cuts for arts education, here are some ways via grants for arts education programs to secure the necessary funds:

LIST OF GRANTS FOR ARTS AND EDUCATION

Many major department stores, supermarkets, national banks, and business chains strongly support arts and education. Apply for grants at local businesses and online:

Judy Sleeth Scholarship for Art in Action curriculum (April 20 deadline)

Lowe’s Toolbox for Education (February deadline)

Crayola (June deadline)

Philanthropic Ventures (for SF Bay Area schools — open cycle)

Grantmakers in the Arts has an extensive list of arts grant-making websites

 

Art in Action is a national nonprofit that creates comprehensive, easy-to-teach visual arts curriculum for children in kindergarten through 8th grade. Art in Action has proudly served over a half million students since 1982 in schools and after-school programs. Through our culturally diverse and engaging lessons, we help build creativity and critical thinking skills for all our students. Want to bring art into the lives of your students? Contact us to learn more about Art in Action.

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