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Community Engagement Program (CEP) Facility Grant

Grants to Oklahoma Nonprofits in Eligible Areas
for Performing Arts Events at a Local Venue

Agency Type:

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Funding Source:

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Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust (TPACT)

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Grants of up to $5,000 to Oklahoma nonprofits in eligible areas for performing arts or related educational events at a local performing arts center. Funding is intended for innovative programs that attract a diverse audience or that would otherwise not be hosted by the center. Events must take place in Tulsa.

Facility grants may be used to cover: rent, security, ticket office, ticket printing, PAC equipment, PAC stagehand fees, cleaning fees and PAC permit fee.

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 176680

Estimated Size of Grant:

Individual organizations will be limited to $5,000 in facility grants per season.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

- Requesting organization must be 501(c)(3) with documentation.
- Participants in the Frequent Local User Discount program are not eligible.
- Proposal must reflect the Trust mission. Proposals that highlight diversity are strongly encouraged.
- Proposals must be for a performing arts event or related educational event that occurs at the PAC.
- Event must be beyond the normal financial capability of the organization. An organizational budget for the current year must be submitted with the application.
- Event must be open to the public at-large unless for student performances for educational purposes.
- Fundraising events are not eligible.
- Repeat productions by an individual presenter are not eligible.
- Applicants must be current on all financial obligations to the PAC.

TPACT will not approve grants for events that have already taken place.

Facility grants do not cover: ushers, piano tuning, insurance, backline, credit card fees or additional stagehand (union) labor.

Pre-proposal Conference:

Applicants must attend a mandatory general grants guideline meeting. Meetings are held in the February-March timeframe each year.

Pre-Application Information:

Before applying via the online process, the requesting organization must:
- Contact PAC Assistant Director to secure event dates on the PAC calendar and to obtain facility costs.
- Contact PAC Technical Director to obtain PAC equipment and labor estimates. Applicants should not estimate expenses on their own.
- Attend a mandatory general grants guideline meeting. Meetings are held in the February-March timeframe each year. A link to the grant application is sent upon attendance at the guideline meeting.

The deadline for grant applications is on March 31 annually.

Approval Process:
- Proposals will be reviewed at the April Program Committee Meeting.
- A representative from the requesting organization may be asked to make a presentation at the April Program Committee if more information is required.
- If approved, the Program Committee forwards the application to the Trust for consideration at its May meeting. The Trustees or Program Committee may choose to approve partial funding.
- The proposal is not accepted until approved by the Trustees.
- The requesting artist or organization will receive written notice of acceptance or denial of proposal within seven days of the May TPACT meeting date.

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

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TPACT Facility Grants
Attn: Terri McGilbra
110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, OK 74103

PAC Assistant Director:
Terri McGilbra

PAC Technical Director:
Scott McLarty

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USA: Oklahoma: Tulsa

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