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Grants Available for Arts Projects

Cleveland Neighborhood Progress is making $8,000 available to support innovative and imaginative arts-based projects that will engage residents and stakeholders of the neighborhoods that will be impacted by the Opportunity Corridor project. Those neighborhoods are: Fairfax, Buckeye, Woodland Hills, Central or Garden Valley, Kinsman and Slavic Village.

Applications must be submitted by 4 p.m. on Monday, June 15 to the Cleveland Neighborhood Progress office, 11327 Shaker Blvd., Suite 500W, Cleveland, 44104. Projects need to be completed by November 1.

More information and application materials can be found at www.ClevelandNP.org/EngageOppCorr




  1. lmills

    Hi Brenda,
    Please contact Zoë Taft Mueller at 216-453-0496 or ZMueller@ClevelandNP.org. She works at Cleveland Neighborhood Progress and can verify whether your work falls in the target area. Good luck!

  2. Our organization partners with a church in the proposed target area. WE are interested in expanding our current youth art program (Achievement Through the Arts) into this area and interested in this grant opportunity. The church is located at the corner of E. 94th and Ramona Blvd. Could you please let me know if this is included in the target area.

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