Selected arts organisations can apply for funding towards the salary costs of a fundraising staff placement. The fund is the result of a partnership Creative New Zealand and Foundation North and is offered for two years (2018 and 2019).
Up to $50,000 per applicant
20 Apr 2018
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This opportunity is only available to Creative New Zealand’s investment clients from the Auckland region and selected organisations that are funded by Foundation North in Auckland and Northland.
To apply for this funding, applicants must:
The Fundraising for the Arts - Staff Placements Fund offers selected arts organisations the opportunity to apply for funding towards salary costs of a fundraising staff placement.
The purpose of the Fundraising for the Arts - Staff Placements Fund is to build arts organisations’ capability and help them to diversify their income streams to increase their sustainability. It provides targeted resourcing to assist organisations to implement their existing fundraising strategies and practically deliver their plans.
Applications for the 2018 funding round open on 19 March and close 20 April 2018
The application requires:
Applications are assessed by external assessors.
The external assessors panel, with advice from Creative New Zealand and capability specialists, will make recommendations to the Senior Manager, Arts Funding, Capability and International.
Applicants will be assessed on the potential for the organisation to leverage from the opportunity and grow their sustainability and the viability of the goals, budget and the expectations of delivery for this position.
We will advise all applicants of the result via email on 1 June 2018.
At the conclusion of the grant period, grant recipients will report to each of the funding partners:
The recipient agrees to acknowledge Foundation North’s grant in its annual report and audited accounts. Case studies and information about the results of the Arts Philanthropy and Partnerships Programme may also be published, in consultation with the relevant organisations.