Chapman Prize for arts and culture orgs – Oct 15
Posted by Daniel and Barbara Chapman Trust on October 4, 2022
Chapman Prize invites applications for arts and culture orgs
Established through the Daniel and Barbara Chapman Trust, the Chapman Prize recognizes and honors each year the efforts and achievements of individuals and organizations in the United States who make significant contributions to American society.
The award is focused on a different theme each year, and the 2022 theme is arts and culture. By way of example, eligible applicants may be working on increasing access to art programs, creating art projects, leading human rights workshops, or offering DEI training to build thriving, sustainable communities. The prize awards approximately $80,000 to $100,000 each year.
Applicants must be either U.S. citizens or U.S.-based nonprofits who will use the disbursement exclusively in the U.S., have been conducting charitable work for at least the last three years and can show demonstrated impact in the selected focus area of the year in which the application is submitted.
For complete program guidelines and application instructions, see the Chapman Prize website.
Deadline: October 15, 2022
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