Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Northside Summer Market Commissions 2 of 2: Collaborative Orgs.

Are you a non-profit organization located anywhere near Northside, Cincinnati? 
Want to help us make this year's Northside Summer Market a much more collaborative community arts festival? If so, you're in the right place!

We're providing up to five micro-grants — up to $1,000 each — for non-profit organizations interested in helping us make August 4th a bit more special this year!!

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Since we renamed the event Northside Summer Market, we've been closing down Hoffner Street for the annual street market & beer garden portion of the event. We've gained a lot of vendors, but we'd really like to work with other non-profits as well.

This is our first step in that direction.

We'd like to help you explore that creative "thing" you've always wanted to try out, but never had the right type of funding for. We're all in this together so we'd like to help you get an idea off the ground. Please use this opportunity to self promote, just do it in a way that brings joy to our community. You don't have to be a Northside-based non-profit to qualify for this funding! Your activity simply needs to happen in Northside. Preferably you'd join us on Hoffner Street, but that's not even a requirement.

This. Is. An. Experiment.

It takes a village, so we're just trying to do our part to add a bit more excitement to your annual programming. We know it's not a million bucks; we just hope it's enough to encourage a bit of summer play. Please join us. Please ask questions. Please apply below.

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You must be a 501c3 non-profit (or working with one) to qualify for this particular funding.

All entries will be selected via a jury of artists and creative thinkers based in Cincinnati.

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This opportunity is being provided by the Our Collaborative Community initiative of PAR-Projects.

Our Collaborative Community is proudly supported by:
The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr / U.S. Bank Foundation.

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