Woods Family Music and Arts Grant – Now Open

Application Deadline: September 30th

Up to $5,000 available to support programs that enhance music and arts culture in the greater Wenatchee Valley 

The Community Foundation of NCW is now accepting grant applications for the Woods Family Music and Arts Grant. This annual grant is available to nonprofit organizations who work to provide music and/or arts related services to the citizens of Cashmere; Leavenworth, Wenatchee, and East Wenatchee to receive up to $5,000 for programs in one of the following areas:

  • Foster and improve cultural awareness and education;
  • Music performance;
  • Music education direction for a wide range of students (children and adults);
  • Participation in coordination of regional arts events; or
  • Seminars and workshops for music educators and arts professionals.

How to Apply

The Woods Family Music and Arts Grant application is an online grant process that is managed by a third-party, Common Grant Application. Directions on how to apply along with a video tutorial are available on the Woods Family Music and Arts Grant webpage.

Applications are due by the end of business on Tuesday, September 30th.

Visit www.cfncw.org/grants to learn more and apply.

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