Wendell Cultural Council
The Wendell Cultural Council is made up of at least 5 Community Members who believe strongly in the essential role, and the importance and power of the arts, the humanities, and the interpretive sciences. We support applications that reflect a wide variety of disciplines and that reach a diverse demographic in our community (age, gender, race, ethnicity, interests, etc.) We work with local resources such as schools, library, town, local and sometimes regional community groups, to provide appropriate venues, support, and co-sponsorship.
9 Morse Village Road
Wendell, MA 01379-9704
FY23 Local Priorities
We give priority to:
Applicants that are local artists and community members
Programs that take place within the Town of Wendell or that have Wendell resident participation
Programs that vary over a wide variety of disciplines
Programs that represent and benefit diverse age, gender, race, and ethnicity populations
Organizations and programs that enrich the cultural experiences and life-long learning on an ongoing basis. Therefore there is no limit placed on applications over consecutive years.
Programs that show continuing awareness of health and safety protocols in this constantly changing climate. Remote and virtual platforms are acceptable.
Applicants that demonstrate prior planning, especially in regard to contacting local venues and gaining their support prior to submitting the application.
FY23 Local Guidelines
There is no formally set limit to funding levels. Because our goal is to provide a wide range of programs, we encourage applicants to seek multiple sources if their project is large. Our Council has funded regional programs in the past that gather support from many sources with small requests as well. Most grants in the past have fallen within the range of $50 to $850.
The Wendell Cultural Council accepts only online submissions now, as required by the MCC. There are training videos put out by the MCC to help navigate the application process. Please ask a Cultural Council member if you require assistance with the application process.
How Grant Recipients Are Paid
FY23 Funding List
|1794 Meetinghouse, Inc.
||Quabbin Valley Pro Musica 2022-2023 season
||Emma and Belley: Little Detectives, A Bilingual Book
||Kindergarten Wednesday in the Woods
||The Erving Family in Wendell History
||Community Network for Children
||Find Your Voice: Music and Movement with Tom & Laurie
||Empowerment Through The Arts, Inc.
||A Celebration of Brilliants- Being Born Disabled- Telling the Truth of Being Incarcerated and Marginalized
||Carrie Ferguson concert for families
||Ghosttown at Sundown, Pop-up Trick or Treat Village on the Common
||Teen Open Hack
||Orange Revitalization Partnership, Inc.
||Starry Starry Night
||Pioneer Valley Symphony, Inc.
||“The Mystery of the Missing Music” - 2023 Education Concert
||Quabbin Food Connector, Inc.
||North Quabbin Crossroads Tour: Food, Farms, Future
||Free Mostly Beginner's Spanish Classes at the Wendell Free Library
||Tamarack Hollow Nature and Cultural Center, Inc.
||Interactive Gaia Roots world music concert / workshop at the Wendell Free Library
||The Athol Historical Society, Inc.
||Uniquely Quabbin magazine
||West African Drumming - Come out to Play
||Village Neighbors, Inc.
||Writing to Remember
||Wendell Pollinator Protectors
||Why we need pollinators
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