United Arts Grants 

Submit Reports on Current Grants

 

All grantees must be registered annually with State Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs to solicit contributions and fundraise in the state of Florida

https://www.fdacs.gov/Business-Services/Solicitation-of-Contributions

https://dos.myflorida.com/sunbiz/start-business/efile/fl-nonprofit-corporation/

Program Eligibility Documents Important Dates
Arts Education Access Funding

 

Eligible: current organization/individual artist grantees with arts education programs for K-12 Osceola, Lake, and Seminole County Public Schools. Checklist

UA Lunsford Form

Guidelines

Program Pricing Forms

Lesson Plan Form

 

Deadline: 

New programs are accepted year-round, but most funding is decided in late summer, as applications open on June 1st. To apply for funding, go here. 

New applicants must also create a UAARTSED account and submit their program(s) for 2022-23.

Returning applicants with significant changes to their program(s) must reflect those changes on their UAARTSED account.

Arts and Culture Access Funding Eligible: Current organizations/teaching artist grantees with arts education programs for K-12 Orange County Public Schools. Checklist

UA Lunsford Form

Guidelines

Program Pricing Forms

Lesson Plan Form

Deadline: New programs are accepted year-round, but most funding is decided in late summer, as applications open on June 1st. To apply for funding, go here.

 

New applicants must also create a UAARTSED account and submit their program(s) for 2022-23.

Returning applicants with significant changes to their program(s) must reflect those changes on their UAARTSED account.

Duke Energy Diversity in the Arts  Eligible: BIPOC / ALAANA led, diverse 501 (c) 3 organizations located in Lake, Orange, Osceola, or Seminole counties that provide year-round programming.  

Information:
[-] Press Release
[-] 2023 Guidelines
[-] Application Checklist
[-] Questions List
[-] Financial Statement Template
[-] Q&A Recording
[-] In-person Q&A signups

If organization does not have access to Excel, request a copy via Google Sheets

 

 

 

FY 2023 Timeline

Applications Opening: August 15, 2022

Applications Due: October 2, 2022, 11:59 PM

Panel Review: November 2022

Grants Awarded: December 2022

Apply!

Operating Support Grants Eligible: Nonprofit organizations based in Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Orange counties that have presented at least three years of programming as a 501(c)3 and have successfully completed a UA Project or Diversity in the Arts grant. Information:
[-] 2023 Guidelines [-]Recorded Overview 
[-] Overview Slides
[-] Q&A session recording
[-] Financial Documentation Requirements
[-] Which program is right for my organization 
[-] Questions List
Required 2023 Forms: 
include in application[-] Form A
[-] Form B
[-]Form B Footnotes
PDF | Word
[-] Form C
[-] Form C Footnotes
PDF | Word+ If you think you will need more footnote space, the Word version will allow you to add rows.Intent to Apply: Required for all new organizations
[-]2023 Guidelines
[-]Intent to Apply Form
[-]Form A 
Current Phase: Applications Under Staff Review
FY 2023 Dates

Application opens: June 28, 2022

Intent to Apply:  required for new applicants: July 25th @11:59 pm

Deadline: Sunday, August 21 @ 11:59 pm

Panel Review: October 2022

Grants Awarded: December 2022

 

Project Grants
Eligible: cultural programs, community projects and events by nonprofit organizations in Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Orange counties. Checklist

Guidelines
Questions List
Budget Form (New form!)

Webinar Recording

Webinar Slide Deck

 

FY 2023 Cycles

Cycle 1: Applications Due May 8 2022

– Project period July 1 2022 to June 30 2023

Cycle 2: Applications Open November 1 2022

Applications Due, December 31 2022

– Project period March 1 2023 to February 29 2024

Orange County Venue Subsidy Grants Eligible: cultural organizations that are renting space at a venue in Orange County for an exhibition or performance Visit the Orange County Grants Page for information on this program.
American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) – Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund
Eligible: (1) have been a registered 501(c)(3) located in and provided cultural programming in Orange County, prior to March 2019 and (2) must currently be in and providing cultural programming in Orange County. Guidelines

Click here for the Application F.A.Q. page. (This is a working page that is updated daily with questions from applicants and the community).

Calculator Workbooks:

For those using 990 forms (only works with a January – December Fiscal Year): Select this workbook.

For those not using 990 forms (better option for orgs. with non- calendar year fiscal years): Select this workbook.

Applications have closed and Funding has been dispersed.

 

Change Request Form

United Arts grantees, use THIS form to request changes to your UA-Grant. United Arts must approve all changes before the project moves forward.

Applicant Support

United Arts Grants and Outreach staff is here to brainstorm ideas, answer questions, provide technical assistance and facilitate your application process.

For United Arts Grants Programs

Elyse Jardine
Grants Program Officer
Direct 407-790-7844
Elyse@UnitedArts.cc

Grant Portal Instructional Videos

How to Create a Foundant Account  – includes information on registering for an account, navigating your dashboard, and how to apply for grants on Foundant.

Resources
Join the United Arts email list to get updates about our grants, plus other news – click the link for cultural organizations or artists

Suggested Resources for Nonprofits

Logos for publicity: United Arts

 

Click here to learn about Arts Advocacy – State of Florida Funding