The Greater Augusta Arts Council advances vibrant cultural arts in Augusta’s River Region, thus enriching the lives of citizens and visitors, and fostering growth in the arts sector of our economy. As part of this mission, the Arts Council manages the responsible and systematic distribution of City Arts Grant funds to arts nonprofit organizations in Richmond County.
As an extension of this function as a local arts agency, the Greater Augusta Arts Council has been awarded National Endowment for the Arts funds from the American Rescue Plan to allocate through subgranting to arts nonprofits in Richmond and Columbia Counties in Georgia, and Aiken County in South Carolina. There are additional, separate funds to allocate to individual artists who reside in the CSRA for arts projects they are planning to create July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023.
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Purpose: To support subgranting to the nonprofit arts sector in response to and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Additional Project Description: Subgrants will support nonprofit arts organizations with day-to-day organizational business expenses and operating costs to preserve jobs and maintain operations, during recovery from the devastating economic and health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Intended Beneficiaries: The subgrants will help restore the local community’s cultural infrastructure, benefitting arts workers, artists, and audiences within the CSRA.
Intended Outcome: Artistic activities and traditions are supported to strengthen the nation’s cultural infrastructure.
Contact the GAAC grants team: email@example.com
If accommodations are needed due to disability, please submit your request via the form here.
Requests for accommodations made after the grant deadline cannot be honored.
Due to the federal origins of this grant (National Endowment for the Arts), all nonprofit organizations must have a Unique Entity Identifier to be eligible for funding.
Organizations without a SAM registration:
Organizations already registered with SAM:
When registering/renewing your SAM account, be sure to select “Yes” when completing the “Representations & Certifications” section. All awardees are required to have these representations & certifications in order to receive an award. Your SAM registration must be current at the time a grant is made, and throughout the life of the award.
SAM registrations, once activated, can take a day or more to be visible in Grants.gov. Verify your SAM registration well ahead of the application deadline.
The Greater Augusta Arts Council does not have access to your SAM account. If you have any questions about or need assistance, contact them directly:
Learn more at https://www.arts.gov/grants/applying-for-a-federal-grant-for-the-first-time.