Finding grants for a youth theater company is now easier than ever. With the number of foundation and government sponsored grant programs expanding across the Internet, almost any non-profit or theater group can find exactly what they need. Read more to find the grant money you need to help your youth theater group.
Contact the The Puffin Foundation to receive grants up to $2,500. The foundations offers grants to youth theater groups and performance art artists and collaborators. For additional information contact the foundation at: The Puffin Foundation 20 East Oakdene Avenue, Teaneck, NJ 07666-4198. Or contact by phone at: (201) 836-8923
Contact the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation (LVF) for a one-off grant contribution ranging from $1,000 to $3,000 dollars, depending on priority and need. All applicants must be active in the performing arts and have very little funding in order to qualify. For additional eligibility information, contact: Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation, 4001 Inglewood Ave., Suite 101-309, Redondo Beach, CA 90278.
Contact Creative Capital for grants up to $20, 000 dollars. The organization provides grant money to individuals and groups working in the field of performing arts. Contact Creative Capital by mail at: 65 Bleecker Street; Seventh Floor, New York, NY 10012 or by phone at (212) 598-9900. You may also email at: email@example.com
Contact the Grants For Financial Institutions Foundation. Established in 1947 by Sid W. Richardson, the Foundation offers aid to non-profit organization working in the area of Arts and education. Past recipients include; Allied Theatre Group, Inc., Pocket Theatre, Inc. and Texas Ballet Theater, Inc. Contact the foundation at (818) 336-0494.
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