Manage Your Grant

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The following requirements must be met by your organization in order to ensure compliance with reporting procedures for Community Impact Arts Grant award. If you fail to comply with applicable requirements, your contract may be suspended or terminated, and you may forfeit some (or all) of the grant award.

*The Department of Arts and Culture has transitioned to a new online grants management system for applications, forms, and grants. All existing grant reports, new applications, and forms will only be available via the new SurveyMonkey Apply system moving forward.


Grantees are required to recognize support from Los Angeles County by placing the Department of Arts and Culture logo and credit line on the organization’s printed materials and website, and listing the Department of Arts and Culture among the organization’s donors or supporters.

The following line shall be used for crediting purposes:

"This [organization/project] is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture."

Letter of Acknowledgement for County Board of Supervisors

Grantees are required to send one letter from your executive director, board chair, or both, thanking the Board of Supervisors for the grant and providing details regarding your CIAG project and its impact in your community.

The initial letter of acknowledgement must be sent to the Board of Supervisors at the beginning of the grant period and no later than December 31. It should detail the impact of the grant on your organization as well as the communities served, and should be sent directly to your Los Angeles County District Supervisor at the email address(es) listed on this page.

To confirm your organization’s District and Supervisor, please visit If your organization serves more than one District, please send letters to each applicable Supervisor.

NOTE: Copies of letters must also be emailed to the Department of Arts and Culture. Send letters to the attention of the Arts Commissioners at the email address listed below. Staff will track all sent letters for completion and compliance. We also invite you to share the news of your grant and thank the Board of Supervisors on social media.

Supervisorial District
Email Address
Social Media Handle
District 1 Hilda Solis @HildaSolis
District 2 Holly J. Mitchell @HollyJMitchell
District 3 Sheila Kuehl @SheilaKuehl
District 4 Janice Hahn @SupJaniceHahn
District 5 Kathryn Barger @KathrynBarger
Board of Supervisors     @LACountyBOS
Department of Arts and Culture @LACountyArts

Invoicing and Reporting

Community Impact Arts Grant grantees are awarded a one-year contract and are required to invoice the Department of Arts and Culture and report on the use of grant funds.

2022-23 Community Impact Arts Grant reporting deadline is June 1, 2023 for the grant period of July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023.

Cash Match

All CIAG grants must be matched at least dollar for dollar with earned or contributed cash support. In-kind matching support is not accepted. For example, if an organization receives a $10,000 grant, the total project costs must be at least $20,000 and the organization must provide at least $10,000 of the project funds from sources other than the Department of Arts and Culture.


Two (2) high resolution images (300 dpi, at least 1,000 pixels across) documenting the CIAG funded project and not submitted in prior applications or reports must be uploaded with the final report in SurveyMonkey Apply.