Revere Cultural Council
The Revere Cultural Council (RCC) is composed of diverse members appointed by the mayor and approved by the city council. The RCC seeks to collaborate with local and neighboring organizations on programs which will elevate Revere’s diverse, extensive heritage and cultural background. We also seek to make the arts more accessible by providing Revere’s artists and cultural groups with opportunities including grant funding. We aim to serve all segments of Revere’s population, including underrepresented communities with a focus on lesser-heard voices.
Revere, MA 02151-5051
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FY23 Local Priorities
All applications must be either from a Revere resident or sponsored by a Revere organization. The proposed project must benefit Revere residents and follow the application guidelines to be approved.
Priority will be given to proposals:
1. from Revere residents
2. that benefit underserved populations and lesser-heard groups
3. that involve Revere youth, including at-risk youth
4. about local history
5. promote local environmental issues
6. involve new art forms or humanities programs that would be beneficial to the community
7. from new applicants
FY23 Local Guidelines
1. Applicants must live in Revere or be sponsored by an organization in Revere.
2. Project must be in Revere, about Revere, or benefit Revere residents.
3. Applicant must document how the granted funds will be used.
4. Application must include a project timeline.
5. Application must include a detailed budget.
6. If equipment or capital improvements are part of a grant proposal, the grant must demonstrate a cultural purpose; be for a one-time or special need and should be clearly justified by some longer-term public benefit. Applicants must demonstrate a 2:1 match (applicant must show that it has $2 for every $1 requested from the Revere Cultural Council).
7. Applicants should be aware that the actual funding of recommended projects is often delayed by six (6) months after the local recommendation. This should be considered when planning the project timeline.
8. Projects must be completed within one funding cycle, unless a demonstrated need is presented to the council for a one-year extension
9. All programs must be held in locations that are accessible to those with disabilities.
10. Funding of grants is contingent on both availability of sufficient funds and relative benefit to the community.
11. Field trip applications must include a statement that the project is not funded through the school.
12. Funds must not be used to substitute or replace existing publicly funded programs.
13. Funds are not to be used as the sole means of support for programs of a continuing nature.
14. Applicants may not be discriminated against the basis of, including but not limited to: race, sex, religion, creed, color, national origin, disability, or age.
15. All advertisements, brochures, etc., must include a statement that the activity/ program is supported by a grant from the RCC, a local agency which is supported by the MCC.
16. Inability to fulfill guidelines may result in disapproval.
How Grant Recipients Are Paid
FY22 Funding List
|The Delvena Theatre Company
||The Incredible Mae West
||The Sixth Moroccan Festival
||Hip Hop Dance Chair Exercise for Seniors!
||Songs and Stories - The Highwaymen
||Music for Seniors
|Rull, Thomas E.
||" A Musical Journey Through The Years"
||Cycle of Memory
|Bates III, Davis R.
||A Celtic Celebration: An Inter-generational Performance
|Immaculate Conception Elementary School
|Revere Council on Elder Affairs
||Senior Education and Entertainment Programming
|SeaCoast High School
||Franklin Park Zoo
||Duo Pianists, Composers & Educators Whipple & Morales in Concert
|Sevenars Concerts, Inc.
||Sevenars 54th Anniversary Season
|Beachmont Improvement Committee, Inc.
||PLANTING SEEDS FOR RECONCILIATION: (the action of making one view or belief compatible with another)
||Wonderland Spectacle Co. | Videos: Northern Strand and Saugus River
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