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Randolph Cultural Council

Randolph is immensely proud to be the most diverse and vibrant community on the South Shore. Our progressive community embraces its wonderful multi-cultural identity through community events celebrate both our proud history and our
exciting future.

Contact

Elizabeth LaRosee
elarosee@randolph-ma.gov
781-961-0930

Address
Attention Liz LaRosee
41 South Main Street
Randolph, MA 02368-4824

Application Information

FY24 Allocation

$26,900

FY24 Local Priorities

The Council’s funding priorities are based upon input from the local community. Priority is given to programs that:

Have a secured date and a Randolph venue
Have demonstrable support from a Randolph sponsor
Engage Randolph-based artists
Impact a significant or large part of the Randolph community
Provide new ideas, creativity and interactive programs for a diverse community (not a repeat program)
Require zero to low admission/participation costs

FY24 Local Guidelines

The Randolph Cultural Council is a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council that provides grant funding to support programs that promote the arts, humanities and interpretive sciences to benefit the Randolph community.

The Council supports many forms of culture, including heritage and natural history, performing and visual arts, participatory and experimental events. Our funding priorities are to support Randolph-based artists, performers, and venues although others may apply and we are especially interested in proposals that enhance the local economy, add value to existing initiatives, and that reach the broadest possible audience. Organizations or individuals that have received funding for two years in a row will receive lower priority during the review process. Requests for retroactive funding may be considered but will receive lower priority during the review process.

The Council’s funding priorities are based upon input from the local community. Priority is given to programs that:

Have a secured date and a Randolph venue
Have demonstrable support from a Randolph sponsor
Engage Randolph-based artists
Impact a significant or large part of the Randolph community
Provide new ideas, creativity and interactive programs for a diverse community (not a repeat program)
Require zero to low admission/participation costs

How Grant Recipients Are Paid

Reimbursement Grants

FY24 Funding List

Name Project Title Amount
5Reason Empowerment Inc. DISCOVER YOUR WORTH & YOUR POTENTIALS SEMINAR WORKSHOPS $2,500
Alcindor, Rodney The Climb $4,000
Authentic Caribbean Foundation, Inc. National Caribbean American Heritage Month & Festival $2,000
Brockton Symphony Orchestra, Inc. Brockton Symphony Orchestra (BrSO) - 2023-2024 Season: New Beginnings $100
Carter, Terry Poetry as Protest and Peacemaker $1,550
Christian, Aaron Bonfire $6,500
Cultural Empowerment Organization, Inc. Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival $2,000
DeYeso, Betty Country, Rock & Oldies Day with Bak-ta-Bak $225
Dossantos, Amie Randolph Public School Story Walk $250
Eversley, Jamaal Slam Theatre at RTIEC $1,250
First Congregational Church in Randolph, MA Summer Theater Project $2,000
Fuller Craft Museum, Inc. Craft for Kids $350
Fuller Craft Museum, Inc. Craft for All $250
Harrison, Marsha Trail Blazing Mom: A Stroller-Friendly Trail Guidebook for Postpartum Mothers and Families with Young Children $750
Hart, Francis The “Me” Decade - A Cultural Review of the 1970s Through Music $350
Igbo Organization of New England, Inc. Igbo Language School $2,000
Jeanty, Rachelle The Framing the World Workshop $600
Ladies' Library Association of Randolph WORKING TITLE: Celebrating Our Literary Voices $3,000
Maloney, Scott I AM ... $600
Michelson, Robert S. Science Enrichment Presentations for RICC $600
Norfolk-Plymouth County Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Black History Arts and Oratory Competition $1,600
Norfolk-Plymouth County Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Stop Sexual Exploitation of our Youth and Young Adults $3,800
Norfolk-Plymouth County Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 5K Challenge $2,500
Norfolk-Plymouth County Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Traveling Science Workshops by the Discovery Museum $1,000
Randolph Community Band, Inc. Director Stipend $3,000
Randolph Community Band, Inc. Transportation $1,000
Randolph Community Band, Inc. Music Purchases $1,000
Randolph Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Coalition Randolph Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Coalition Community Events $4,000
Randolph Elder Affairs Senior (Citizens) Prom $1,000
Randolph High School Clue (the play) Field Trip $1,700
Randolph High School Boston Symphony Orchestra Field Trip $1,000
Randolph High School RHS Musical Production Pit Band $1,000
Randolph Intergenerational Community Center Martial Arts and Mentor $2,151
Randolph Public Schools World Drumming for Donovan $1,600
Randolph Public Schools Ukuleles $2,000
Self Help, Inc. Brain Building In Progress $600
South Shore Stars, Inc. Migration: Music and Flight $1,500
South Shore Stars, Inc. Figure Drawing through Dance $1,000
South Shore Stars, Inc. Art “Rocks:" Crystals, Stones and Gems $1,000
Spring of Water Christian Assembly Randolph Community Art Program $2,000
Spring of Water Christian Assembly Educational Needs $800
Turner Free Library Rebels With a Cause: A Banned Books Book Club $2,000
Turner Free Library New England Animals in Winter $300
Turner Free Library Amazing Potters Wheel $300
Turner Free Library Dino-Man Space $300
Turner Free Library Magic Wonder Show $300
Turner Free Library Star Wars Jedi Knight Training $300
Turner Free Library Big Joe the Storyteller $300
Turner Free Library Spinning History: Heroines on the Home Front $300
Turner Free Library Tales From African Traditions $300
Turner Free Library Camp Balloon Magic $300
Turner Free Library The World of Owls $300
Turner Free Library Dancing with the Colors of Mexico $300
Turner Free Library Toe Jam Puppet Band $300
Turner Free Library Teddy Town $529
Turner Free Library Sing, Dance, & Get a Little Loco with Rockabye Beats $300
Wiliams, Malik Audio Education, Music for Content (STEAM) $2,000
Your Grief Specialist, LLC Room to Grieve - A Forum for Community Grief Resources $2,200
kawada, janet My home/my space $800


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