The Trust also manages the Donors' Education Collaborative.
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The Trust is now accepting the Cultural Data Project data as part of our application process. To find out how this may impact your grant application, visit our How to Apply page.
Note to Arts Groups: If you are interested in applying for a grant to “strengthen the management of arts groups serving communities in the five boroughs,” please note that a Request For Proposals will be posted to the website in December 2014 with applications due on February 2, 2015.
We make grants to all artistic disciplines through projects that:
Help arts organizations attract broader audiences and provide opportunities for artists from diverse backgrounds.
Build the capacity of small and mid-sized arts groups.
Help cultural groups integrate arts into the curriculum of needy public schools, especially those working outside of Manhattan, and begin programs in schools that lack arts.
Advance arts advocacy on critical policy and funding issues.
Support the professional development of minority and disadvantaged young artists pre- and post-college (Van Lier Fellowship Fund). Grants are to arts organizations that identify, train, and support young people.
We do not generally give grants:
Program goals: To support preservation in low-income and minority communities and the boroughs outside of Manhattan and to restore historic places that represent significant and overlooked aspects of New York City's history.
We support programs that:
To ensure maximum impact from our limited funds, we will not make grants directly for maintenance or capital projects. However, The Trust has established a modest fund with the New York Landmarks Conservancy for emergency structural repairs (maximum grant $25,000) for nonprofits that own and operate historic buildings in New York City.
Grants are made to projects that:
In addition, we administer the Fund for New Citizens, a consortium of foundations that assists immigrant and refugee groups.
Sally Van Lier left her estate to The Trust to "provide educational assistance and training to gifted young persons who aspire to a career in the arts." Read how The Trust continues to carry out her wishes.
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