What types of organizations qualify as Cultural Heritage organizations?

Modified on Sat, 25 Mar 2023 at 10:15 AM

According to Illinois Creative Recovery Grant Program Eligibility Criteria, Cultural Heritage Organizations are defined as:

A business or organization that meets at least one of the following:

  • A community cultural and arts center 

  • An ethnic and cultural awareness organization 

  • A festival focused on promoting and preserving ethnic, cultural, racial, regional, linguistic, or religious traditions

See DCEO's grant eligibility criteria here: https://dceo.illinois.gov/content/dam/soi/en/web/dceo/smallbizassistance/b2b/eligibility/creativearts.eligibility.pdf

Do you have a more specific eligibility question? The Arts Alliance Help Desk team is here to assist! Submit a ticket with your question to receive individualized support from one of our Help Desk Agents.

Arts Alliance Illinois is serving as a Community Navigator for the Illinois Creative Recovery grant opportunity to share information about the grant and provide potential applicants with technical assistance. Arts Alliance Illinois cannot make final determinations regarding eligibility and will not play a role in determining grant awards. For more information about the Illinois Creative Recovery grants, visit the DCEO website at illinois.gov/b2b

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