Koshland Arts and Culture Mini-Grants Program

Koshland Arts Mini Grant 2014

The San Francisco Foundation’s Koshland Arts and Culture Mini-Grants Program supports free, community-based artistic and cultural activities that strengthen Koshland designated neighborhoods. Grants are made possible by the L. Wallace Cultural Participation Fund, which promotes the use of arts and culture by individuals and nonprofit organizations to build community and foster grassroots involvement by local residents. Mini-grants ranging from $500 to $3,000 are provided through a collaboration between the Foundation’s Arts and Culture Program and Koshland Civic Unity Awards Program.

Nonprofit organizations, as well as individuals or artists working with a fiscal sponsor, are eligible to apply if they support activities benefiting residents living in one or more of the current Koshland designated neighborhoods.

Contact

Applications are currently closed. For more information about the next grant cycle, contact the Koshland Program at nshihab@sff.org.

2013-14 Koshland Arts and Culture Mini-Grants

Grantees were selected from the following Koshland neighborhoods: Ashland and Cherryland in San Leandro, Excelsior, North Fair Oaks in Redwood City and San Pablo.

Excelsior Action Group, $3,000
Leadership High School, $3,000
Redwood City Library Foundation, $1,350
Siena Youth Center of St. Francis Center, $3,000
Out of Site: Center for Arts Education, $3,000
Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs’ Activities League, $3,000
Center for Lao Studies, $3,000
Youth Spirit ArtWorks, $3,000
Golden Thread Productions, $3,000
West Contra Costa Unified School District, $3,000