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Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs

MICHIGAN COUNCIL FOR ARTS AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS Regranting Program – Region 3

Contact Information

Beth Petrik
Coordinator for Region 3 Regranting
Kirtland Community College
10775 N. St. Helen Road
Roscommon, MI 48653
(989) 275-5000, ext. 397
beth.petrik@kirtland.edu

Kirtland Foundation & MCACA RegionalRegranting Program – Region 3

Region 3 serves Alcona, Alpena, Cheboygan, Crawford, Iosco, Montmorency, Ogemaw, Oscoda, Otsego, Presque Isle and Roscommon Counties.

MCACA Update

Also Available through the  Regranting program:

 Professional and Organizational Development: Grants that provided up to $1,500 to assist nonprofit arts organizations and arts professionals to acquire services and skills to strengthen the administrative infrastructure of the organization to do business in Michigan.

Grant applications must be submitted online at https://mcaca.egrant.net

Fiscal Year 2015:  Grant applications are due by Oct. 15, 2014 for Round 1 and Feb. 2, 2015 for Round 2 a project period of Jan. 1, 2015 through Sept. 30, 2015.  Please see the Arts Projects Guidelines or the POD Guidelines for eligibility and requirements.

Requirement: applicants must participate in the Michigan Cultural Data Project

What is the MCACA Regranting Program?

The Regranting program is a grants-giving partnership funded by the State of Michigan through the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) and administered by agencies in each region of the state.

Minigrants provide up to $4,000 for locally developed, high quality arts and cultural projects, which special opportunities to address local arts and cultural needs and increase public access to arts and culture. Minigrants support a broad range of artistic expression from all cultures through projects which preserve, produce, or present traditional or contemporary arts and culture.

Professional and Organizational Developement grants provide up to $1,500 to assist nonprofit arts organizations and arts professionals in acquiring services and skills to strengthen the administrative infrastructure of the organization to do business in Michigan.

Who can apply?

Non-profit organizations, located in the state of Michigan, including (but not limited to) service organizations, arts organizations, parks and recreational organizations, churches, professional associations, public and non-public schools, cities, townships and villages may apply.

Help in preparing your application is available by calling your Regional Regranter at (989) 275-5000 ext. 397.

Individuals, State of Michigan agencies, departments or commissions; and organizations with unmet obligations on a Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs grant may not apply for a Minigrant.

Key points and important dates

Minigrant Guidelines (PDF)

Application Codes

Budget Definitions

Links and Other Resources