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Truro Cultural Council

The Truro Cultural Council is supportive of projects that benefit the residents and visitors of Truro, as well as projects that support the Outer Cape and diversity, related to the arts, culture, history, sciences, and community.

Applicants come from individuals, non-profit organizations, collaborative groups, and specific school programs (e.g. field trips). If you have a cultural project that you would like to share with the community, but may need financial assistance, please feel free to apply for a grant!

PRIORITIES

1. We encourage organizations and individuals from Lower Cape Cod, especially living in and/or serving Truro, to apply.

2. Projects that elevate the voices and experiences of historically marginalized groups and create opportunities for artists and community members who identify as black, Indigenous, Asian-American/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latin/Latinx, LGBTQX, or person living with a disability are encouraged to apply.

3. Only online submissions will be accepted, unless the applicant makes a significant case as to why that will be undoable. MCC will provide alternative instructions if the applicant makes this case successfully.

GUIDELINES

Applicants will complete their forms online and upload any required supplemental materials (resumes, references, marketing materials, etc.) by October 17, 2022.

Applicants offering school programming should include a method to share highlights of the educational experience with the Truro community at large. Any media should follow the school’s privacy protocols.

Mass Cultural Council will allocate funding to the Local Cultural Council in early September

The Truro Cultural Council reviews applications and holds a grant cycle meeting to vote on grantees and amount allocated per award. Final decisions will be made no later than December 30, 2022.

The Truro Cultural Council will send disapproval letters first and allow the required 15-day reconsideration request period to take place before sending approval letters.

Grant recipients will be notified in January 2023.

Contact

Jill Mays
truromassculturalcouncil@gmail.com
508-349-7004

Address
24 Town Hall Road
Truro, MA 02666-6366

Application Information

FY23 Allocation

$5,500

FY23 Local Priorities

The Truro Cultural Council is supportive of projects that benefit the residents and visitors of Truro, as well as projects that support the Outer Cape and diversity, related to the arts, culture, history, sciences, and community.

Applicants come from individuals, non-profit organizations, collaborative groups, and specific school programs (e.g. field trips). If you have a cultural project that you would like to share with the community, but may need financial assistance, please feel free to apply for a grant!

PRIORITIES

1. We encourage organizations and individuals from Lower Cape Cod, especially living in and/or serving Truro, to apply.

2. Projects that elevate the voices and experiences of historically marginalized groups and create opportunities for artists and community members who identify as black, Indigenous, Asian-American/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latin/Latinx, LGBTQX, or person living with a disability are encouraged to apply.

3. Only online submissions will be accepted, unless the applicant makes a significant case as to why that will be undoable. MCC will provide alternative instructions if the applicant makes this case successfully.

FY23 Local Guidelines

Applicants will complete their forms online and upload any required supplemental materials (resumes, references, marketing materials, etc.) by October 17, 2022.

Applicants offering school programming should include a method to share highlights of the educational experience with the Truro community at large. Any media should follow the school’s privacy protocols.

Mass Cultural Council will allocate funding to the Local Cultural Council in early September

The Truro Cultural Council reviews applications and holds a grant cycle meeting to vote on grantees and amount allocated per award. Final decisions will be made no later than December 30, 2022.

The Truro Cultural Council will send disapproval letters first and allow the required 15-day reconsideration request period to take place before sending approval letters.

Grant recipients will be notified in January 2023.

How Grant Recipients Are Paid

Reimbursement Grants

FY22 Funding List

Name Project Title Amount
Truro Historical Commission Historic Truro Self-Guided Tours $200
Truro Cultural Council Truro Summer Concerts $700
Sustainable Center for Agricultural Preservation and Education Truro Children’s Community Garden Education $825
Truro Historical Society & Museum Mary Fratus' General Store $500
Mankita, Jay Maker Space Build-Along: Stick-eometry! $600
Lower Cape Community Acces Television, Inc. Inspirations from Hopper $100
Outer Cape Chorale, Inc. Two Concerts by the Outer Cape Chorale $400
Wilson, Mary Pitter Patter Puppet Show $150
Beyond The Bounds, Inc. Beyond The Bounds 2022 $200
Sobel, Anna R. Fairies Puppet Show at the Truro Library $350
Payomet, Inc. Open Arts $400
Mankita, Jay Maker Space Build-Along: Chain Reactions! $600
Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Inc. TRASH to ART $200
Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Inc. PAAM Family Nights $400

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