RISCA’s Project Grant for Organizations program provides grants of up to $3,000 in support of arts and culture projects that are relevant and meaningful to a Rhode Island community or communities.
Donor Name: Rhode Island State Council on the Arts
State: Rhode Island
County: All Counties
Type of Grant: Grant
Size of the Grant: $500 and $3,000
Grant Duration: 6 months
The Project Grant for Organizations (PGO) program is RISCA’s entry-level grant program for organizations. They know for many applicants this is their first time writing a grant or might be the only grant opportunity they regularly apply to.
- You can apply for any amount between $500 and $3,000.
- Project Period: January 1- June 30th.
In order to be eligible to apply for this grant, you must be:
- A non-profit organization. Your organization must be incorporated in and conducting business in the State of Rhode Island, with 501(c)(3) tax exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service, registered with the Rhode Island Secretary of State, governed by a revolving board of directors, trustees or advisory board drawn from the community at large and shown to be actively involved in the governance of the organization (for confirmation that your nonprofit organization is incorporated in the State of Rhode Island, visit the Secretary of State’s online database). If your organization is incorporated in a state outside of Rhode Island, they may still apply for a grant. The organization must show that its principal place of business is in Rhode Island, it is registered with the Secretary of State’s office, it is producing programming predominantly in Rhode Island, and it is governed by a revolving board of directors, trustees or advisory board drawn from the Rhode Island community and shown to be actively in the governance of the organization. Please contact Todd Trebour, Organizations Program Director for more information.
- A non-exempt, Rhode Island-based organization using a fiscal sponsor that fits the above requirements.
For more information, visit Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.