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PA Partners in the Arts

The Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA) Project Stream grants provide opportunities for arts organizations, individual artists and community-based groups to apply for up to $2,500 in funding to support performances, exhibitions and other arts projects that are presented to the public and take place between a designated time period. The Cultural Alliance supports the program in Adams, Fulton, Franklin, and York Counties.

These grants are administered by the Cultural Alliance of York County, but are funded by the taxpayers of the Commonwealth through the PA Council on the Arts.  These grants expand CAYC’s mission to support the creative community.

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PPA Project Stream Information

2017-2018 PPA Project Stream Grants are NOW CLOSED for arts-based projects happening between September 1, 2017 – August 31, 2018. Grant applications for he 2018-2019 PPA Project Stream will be available in early May, 2018. Subscribe to our grant info list above to receive notification when it is available.

  • PPA Project Stream information is available on the PCA Website

As our region’s PPA partner, the Cultural Alliance is here to help you through the grant process.  If you have any questions or would like a phone or in-person walk-through of the project stream grant, email Jennifer Glassmyer or call the Cultural Alliance at 717-812-9255 to schedule. You can also attend our upcoming general info session for any interested organization or individual to help them with the PPA Project Stream Applications.

Click here for PPA eGrant.net

Click here to find your zip+four for eGrant applications.

To find your congressional representative codes, click here.

 

PPA Partners focus on making arts programs available to every Commonwealth resident, with a focus on previously under-served communities and regions in Pennsylvania.  All projects must be publicized and open to the general public.

The Cultural Alliance of York County received funding from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts.