<p><span style="line-height:1; font-size:10px;"><i>Photo courtesy of Harmony Project.</i></span></p>

OGP Application And Technical Assistance Workshops

Workshops take place throughout the County between September and October for new and returning OGP applicants. These workshops include information about the program, recently updated guidelines, eligibility requirements, and tips on submitting strong proposals. New applicants and applicants that did not receive funding the last time they applied to the Organizational Grant Program are required to attend an OGP workshop either in-person or by participating in or reviewing a webinar online. No exceptions will be made.

Department of Arts and Culture Staff make workshop Powerpoint presentations available for all grantseekers. NOTE: Reviewing these slides does not fulfill the attendance requirements.

CEII Workshops

As of Fall 2018, all applicants to the Organizational Grants Program are required to submit board-adopted statements, policies or plans that outline their commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and access as part of their applications. To assist grantees with preparing for this requirement, the Department of Arts and Culture began offering free workshops for current and potential OGP grantees to help prepare for this requirement in March of 2018. These workshops are designed to help you either clarify and begin outlining your organization’s relationship to cultural equity and inclusion, or to deepen the policies you already have in place.

NOTE: Attendance at the CEII workshop does not count toward the OGP application workshop requirement for new applicants or applicants that did not receive funding the last time they applied.

CEII Workshop FAQ

CEII Workshop FAQ

 

An online tool kit for developing a CEI plan—developed by the Nonprofit Partnership.

 

Building Your CEI Toolkit

Building Your Plan—A CEI Toolkit

An online tool kit for developing a CEI plan—developed by the Nonprofit Partnership.