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Named grant recipient

Harrisburg Gay Men’s Chorus selected

Posted 1/15/18

The was awarded a $3,000 grant for Celebrating Female Composers from The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC). The grant category was Arts for All Partnership.

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Named grant recipient

Harrisburg Gay Men’s Chorus selected

Posted

The was awarded a $3,000 grant for Celebrating Female Composers from The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC). The grant category was Arts for All Partnership.

The grant was one of 96 awards totaling $686,384 were made to area nonprofits through ten competitive grant opportunities.

The Arts for All Partnership is a category comprise of a partnership between the Cultural Enrichment Fund and the Greater Harrisburg Foundation. The regional foundation of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities works to support and increase access to the arts throughout the capital region.

In 2017 partnership awarded $79,785 in grant funds to the following nonprofit organizations.

•Arts Alliance of Greater Waynesboro Inc was awarded $2,000 for the Destination ARTS! Performance Fund.

•Bosler Memorial Library was awarded $3,000 for Music at Bosler.

•Capital Region Arts and Education was awarded $3,000 for Arts Master Classes.

•Capitol Theatre Foundation was awarded $2,000 for Arts in Education at the Capitol Theatre.

•Carlisle Arts Learning Center Inc was awarded $5,000 for ArtWorks!

•Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet was awarded $4,000 for Teen Night at the Ballet.

•Cumberland Valley School of Music was awarded $5,000 for the Arts Integrated Preschool Pilot Program.

•Diocese of Harrisburg was awarded $2,683 for Saint Theresa School Piano Lab Expansion.

•Downtown Carlisle Association was awarded $4,000 for Color Carlisle: a Public Art Initiative.

•Drew Michael Taylor Foundation was awarded $1,500 for Meeting the Needs of Grievers Through Art.

•Gamut Theatre Group Inc was awarded $3,000 for 25th Annual Shakespeare in the Park.

•Harrisburg Area Community College Foundation was awarded $1,602 for Educating the Next Generation Through the Arts (EdGe) Program.

•Harrisburg Gay Men's Chorus was awarded $3,000 for Celebrating Female Composers.

•Jewish Federation of Greater Harrisburg was awarded $1,500 for JCC Senior Artist in Residency.

•Lebanon Valley Council on The Arts was awarded $2,500 for the Intergenerational Project.

•Market Square Concerts was awarded $3,500 for Market Square Concerts Soundscape Educational Outreach Program.

•Nativity School of Harrisburg was awarded $5,000 for The Nativity School of Harrisburg Arts Program.

•Open Stage of Harrisburg was awarded $3,000 for the Student Matinee Series: Akeelah and the Bee & The Diary of Anne Frank.

•Open Stage of Harrisburg was awarded $3,000 for Sankofa African American Theatre Company’s Peer2Peer Education Project.

•Pennsylvania Regional Ballet was awarded $4,000 for the R.A.I.S.E. (Refined Arts Inspire Successful Education) Program.

•Retired Senior Volunteer Program of The Capital Region Inc was awarded $3,500 for The Art ZONE project.

•The Arc of Cumberland and Perry Counties (CPARC) was awarded $3,000 for the From A to X: Art Creation to exhibit project.

•The Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region was awarded $1,000 for arts programming within the 2018 Summer Youth Enrichment program.

•St. Stephen's Episcopal Cathedral was awarded $1,500 for Music by the River, Season 5.

•Susquehanna Folk Music Society Inc was awarded $2,000 for Little Pickers Family Activities.

•West Perry School District was awarded $5,000 for the Children Learn to Play Ukulele and Join in Jam Sessions with Community Musicians project.

•World Affairs Council of Harrisburg was awarded $1,500 for the 2018 International Poetry & Storytelling Competition for High School Students.