The objective of the RFP is to use the arts as a tool or catalyst to heighten awareness, deepen knowledge, and mobilize action on social justice issues.
We are looking for projects that meet these outcomes:
Examples of social justice issues to address include: education, health, economic development, human rights, racial inequality, LGBTQ+, violence, etc.
Art projects can be new or existing. We also welcome arts projects that replicate or expand a successful national model in Broward.
We want to see art projects for social change that have vision, intentionality, and artistic creativity. Projects can be implemented at arts organizations or any other space in Broward where the projects will impact people in many ways to raise consciousness, movement building, create a space for expression, and a sense of belonging and community. Ultimately, for people to be able to experience the arts in unique ways and evoke their senses and emotions.
Types of art strategies that may be used include: performance arts (theater, music, dance spoken word, etc.), film (including documentaries), literature (including storytelling, creative writing), photography, culinary, sculptures, murals, architecture, crafts, technology and others.
The Community Foundation is creating a new grant application process that aligns with the six leadership and grantmaking focus areas identified in our new strategic plan.
Information about our new grantmaking process will be posted on our website soon.
Nonprofits with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status to provide services to Broward County. City or county agencies with projects that demonstrate charitable intent in Broward County. Individuals are not eligible to apply. Previous or current grantee organizations must be in good standing with the Foundation and have submitted all required reports and documentation for all prior grants per the grant agreement.
The Foundation will not provide support to organizations which, in their constitution or practice, discriminate against a person or group on the basis of: age, political affiliation, race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, religious belief, ethnicity, or national origin.