Today we're announcing more than $4 million in grants to California nonprofit organizations under six unique competitive grant programs.

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California Arts Council
Advancing California through the Arts and Creativity
July 16, 2015

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BIG NEWS! Announcing Our New Grantees

Today we're announcing $4,328,062 in grants to California nonprofit organizations under six unique competitive grant programs. 347 grants will be awarded for programs supporting arts education; underserved communities; veterans and their families; local economic development; public media engagement; and arts service organizations.

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Local Impact Program:
Number of Grants Awarded: 146
Total Investment: $1,285,297
List of Grant Recipients (PDF): http://arts.ca.gov/programs/files/CAC-LI-2014-15Grantees.pdf

Artists in Schools Program:
Number of Grants Awarded: 135
Total Investment: $1,210,917* (*supported by Fiscal Year 2015-16 funds)
List of Grant Recipients (PDF): http://arts.ca.gov/programs/files/CAC-AIS-2015-16Grantees.pdf

Creative California Communities Program:
Number of Grants Awarded: 30
Total Investment: $1,269,787
List of Grant Recipients (PDF): http://arts.ca.gov/programs/files/CAC-CCC-2014-15Grantees.pdf

Statewide Networks Program:
Number of Grants Awarded: 19
Total Investment: $286,000
List of Grant Recipients (PDF): http://arts.ca.gov/programs/files/CAC-SN-2014-15Grantees.pdf

Veterans Initiative in the Arts:
Number of Grants Awarded: 13
Total Investment: $125,561
List of Grant Recipients (PDF): http://arts.ca.gov/programs/files/CAC-VIA-2014-15Grantees.pdf

Arts on the Air Program:
Number of Grants Awarded: 4
Total Investment: $150,500
List of Grant Recipients (PDF): http://arts.ca.gov/programs/files/CAC-AIR-2014-15Grantees.pdf

Earlier this year, the Council awarded grants for two additional programs: JUMP StArts and Professional Development and Consulting.

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