Social Awareness Art Projects, Puffin Foundation – Dec 4
Posted by Puffin Foundation on November 3, 2020
The Puffin Foundation believes that artists have the unique ability to peacefully challenge those who seek to limit expression and that by sharing their creative talents can speak to and for all humanity.
To that end, the foundation welcomes applications to its grants program. Through the program, grants will be awarded in support of efforts to reach across biases and create dialogues that are peaceably transforming, educational, and move society in a forward-looking and -thinking direction.
The foundation supports not-for-profit organizations, U.S. citizens, and legal permanent residents that are using fine arts, dance, music, theater, creative writing, poetry, or photography to advance a common vision for humanity. Applications for public interest platforms/forums, from independent journalists, or from not-for-profit organizations engaged in nonpartisan community discussions also will be considered. The foundation does not fund documentaries, but it will consider funding for educational reels (DVDs) created from a documentary that have a teaching guide for use in classrooms. Awards typically include a Grassroots Award of $2,500 and Encouragement Grants in amounts of no more than $600.
Completed applications must be in-hand or postmarked by December 4. Applications should be mailed to JAVA KITRICK, president/director, PUFFIN FOUNDATION WEST, LTD., 3710 Exchange Glenwood Place, #331 Raleigh, NC 27612.
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