To support high-quality arts activities. Grant funds may also be used for operating costs. A portion of funds are set aside to support multicultural programs. Priority will be given to programs hiring high-quality artists that are African America, Asian American, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian, Native Alaskan or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander. Applicants must be located in or serve Orange County.
North Carolina nonprofit organizations, municipalities, tribes, libraries, and IHEs serving Orange County.
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To honor 100 extraordinary local government volunteers in smaller cities, townships, and counties under 5,000 in population. Spotlights the growing challenge small cities face in retaining and recruiting people to fill vital public safety roles, including as firefighters and emergency medical technicians, on municipal boards/councils, and on local government committees that support planning, library, parks and recreation, and other important services.
Local government volunteers in smaller cities, townships, and counties under 5,000