This year’s grant cycle for the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC) will be pushed back slightly.
The AFCC anticipates opening applications with a Letter of Intent (LOI) in late November/early December. From there, its Grants Review Committee will identify eligible applicants who would then be asked to submit a full application. Funds will not be distributed until February at the earliest.
As in previous years, funding will go to support arts projects.
In the meantime, the AFCC is asking that all organizations (nonprofits and educational institutions) applying for funding this year have a UEI (Unique Entity ID). Click here for details on obtaining a UEI.
If your organization doesn’t have a UEI, the AFCC encourages you to start the process as soon as possible. Please note, you do not have to complete a full entity registration in SAM.gov.
Individuals applying for funding in the upcoming round will not need a UEI.
In advance of its next grant round, the AFCC asks that applicants consider projects that have artistic merit; have a broad impact on the community; and advance equity in the region. The AFCC anticipates holding an Info Session prior to opening applications to answer questions organizations and artists may have about the application process.
Anyone with additional questions should contact AFCC Operations Manager Maddie Conway at email@example.com.