Below are resources, tools, and forms for current programming grant recipients of the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County. Professional Development Grant (aka RAPG) recipients: manage your grant award here.
The grantee shall acknowledge United Arts with the appropriate logo/credit line as appropriate. Refer to the Grant Contract for details. See logos available for download.
Forms & Reports
- 2016-2017 Revised Program Budget Form
- 2016-2017 Final Program Budget Form
- 2016-2017 Final School Budget Form
- 2016-2017 Final Report (due June 30, 2017)
- Full page program ad
- Half page program ad
- Quarter page program ad horizontal
- Quarter page program ad vertical
Advocacy and Fundraising Support
Grantees shall actively support United Arts’ advocacy and fundraising efforts. Refer to Grant Contract for details.
Grantees shall notify United Arts about known and/or anticipated major changes in administrative staff.
Grantees are required to keep United Arts informed about grant-supported programs and activities.
Recipients are required to submit a written request to make a material change in dates, scope of the funded activities or the budget (25% or more). The request to make a material change will be submitted to the Vice President for Education and Community Programs for approval and may also be reviewed by the Vice Chair for Grants.
Programming grant recipients whose awards are funded by the North Carolina Arts Council's Grassroots Arts Program are required to submit a No Overdue Tax Debts form and acknowledge their support by using both the North Carolina Arts Council's logo and credit line. United Arts will notify grantees that receive Grassroots Arts Program funds.
Questions from current programming grant recipients should be directed to Ragen Carlile at email@example.com or (919) 839-1498, ext. 209.