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East Bridgewater Arts Council

We are a local volunteer group that supports and provides programs in the Arts, Humanities and Interpretive Sciences to the East Bridgewater and surrounding Communities. The council evaluates cultural needs and establishes priorities in order to perform it’s primary function of re-granting funds allocated to us by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Grants are typically given to benefit each area of our Town; Council on Aging, Public Library, 3 Public Schools and Local Adult Workshops.

East Bridgewater Arts Council
175 Central St
East Bridgewater, Ma 02333
questions please email
ebac02333@gmail.com

Contact

Erin Dzierzak
ebac02333@gmail.com
508-378-1606

Address
175 Central Street
East Bridgewater, MA 02333

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FY22 Allocation

$8,800

FY22 Local Priorities

Our local guidelines are based on and exists in addition to the Massachusetts Cultural Council State Guidelines, which are found in the LCC Program Guidelines tab.

1. East Bridgewater based applicants will be given preference over out of town applicants. Funded events should take place in East Bridgewater, or at least be easily accessible to East Bridgewater residents.
2. Applicants must provide written documentation of a confirmed request for the performance, or a confirmed venue and/or date, from the sponsoring organization.
3. Projects must demonstrate their relationship to the town; they must show a direct benefit to East Bridgewater residents.
4. Proposals from schools, libraries and municipal agencies: only enrichment projects utilizing outside professionals are allowed, due to the No Substitution criteria found in the state guidelines. All applicants proposing to work in the E.B. public schools must receive and document approval from the Superintendent of Schools or the building Principal.
5. Funded activities and events must take place in locations that are accessible to persons with disabilities including the content of the program.
6. The track record of the applicant will be strongly considered.
7. Non-Dependence: Since the local council funding is not intended to be used as the sole source of funding for projects of a continuing nature, the Council will carefully scrutinize repeat requests. The LCC may consider awarding graduated, decreased funding to any applicant and/or organization that seeks funding for similar type projects on an annual basis. Receipt of LCC funding in the current granting year does not guarantee funding in subsequent years.
8. Applicants who apply for grants for projects that have already taken place (from July 1 of this year onward), do so with the knowledge that funding is not guaranteed.

FY22 Local Guidelines

ELIGIBILITY
Applicants can be:
a) arts, humanities or interpretive science organizations;
b) individuals including artists, science educators, historians or other humanists, parents, community members, etc.;
c) community organizations including, but not limited to, schools, social service organizations, municipal agencies and civic groups, religious organizations, neighborhood centers, youth, senior and family associations, etc.;
Incorporated organizations must be nonprofit; unincorporated associations must have a nonprofit objective. Applicants must reside in Massachusetts and should have been engaged in the kind of activity for which funds are requested for at least one year.

LOCAL GUIDELINES, FUNDING PRIORITIES, AND CONDITIONS:
****PLEASE READ AND ABIDE BY OUR LOCAL GUIDELINES WHEN SUBMITTING A GRANT APPLICATION. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE GUIDELINES MAY LEAD TO DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION. Our local guidelines are based on and exists in addition to the Massachusetts Cultural Council State Guidelines which are available for review at www.massculturalcouncil.org or www.mass-culture.org.
Grant proposals are evaluated by a municipally appointed panel of artists, humanists and community representatives. Local council funds may only be used to support programs in the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences in Massachusetts.
1. East Bridgewater based applicants will be given preference over out of town applicants. Funded events should take place in East Bridgewater, or at least be easily accessible to East Bridgewater residents.
2. Applicants must provide written documentation of a confirmed request for the performance, or a confirmed venue and/or date, from the sponsoring organization.
3. Projects must demonstrate their relationship to the town; they must show a direct benefit to East Bridgewater residents
4. Non-Substitution Proposals from schools, libraries and municipal agencies must not request support for activities that should be or have been part of the municipal budget (i.e. teacher salaries or stipends, classroom supplies, school-sponsored clubs and organizations, school plays, library books/videos, capital expenditures etc.). Only enrichment projects utilizing outside professionals are allowed. All applicants proposing to work in the E.B. public schools must receive and document approval from the Superintendent of Schools or the building Principal.
5. Funded activities must take place in handicapped accessible venues.
6. The track record of the applicant will be strongly considered.
7. Non-Dependence: Since the local council funding is not intended to be used as the sole source of funding for projects of a continuing nature, the Council will carefully scrutinize repeat requests. The LCC may consider awarding graduated, decreased funding to any applicant and/or organization that seeks funding for similar type projects on an annual basis. Receipt of LCC funding in the current granting year does not guarantee funding in subsequent years.
8. Funded events must take place during an 18 month window of eligibility between July 1, preceding the application in October, and December 31st of the following year. Applicants who apply for grants for projects that have already taken place, do so with the knowledge that funding is not guaranteed
9. Grant recipients are required to acknowledge both LCC and MCC support in their published or electronic materials such as flyers, brochures, programs and press releases, with a “credit statement” and/or the MCC logo. The credit statement reads as follows: “This program is supported in part by a grant from the East Bridgewater Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.”. The MCC logo as well as credit and publicity requirements are available at the MCC’s web site: www.massculturalcouncil.org. Credit acknowledgement is required by the MCC, and failure to comply may jeopardize future funding.

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