The New Jersey Cultural Trust was created in July 2000 as a public/private partnership to help ensure a stable and healthy nonprofit cultural industry in New Jersey that is sustainable even in the toughest of economic times.
The Trust provides grants to support capital projects, endowments and institutional and financial stabilization of arts, history and humanities organizations in New Jersey. Funding for the grants comes from interest earned on the Cultural Trust Fund, which is a permanent investment fund.
The mission of the Cultural Trust is to ensure a stable and healthy cultural industry in New Jersey that is sustainable under fluctuating economic conditions through the establishment of permanent, interest-generating funds to be an additional source of revenue to nonprofit arts, history and humanities organizations.
Bette C. Daniele, Chair
Deborah R. Bozarth, Vice Chair,
Carol Cronheim, Secretary
Tom Carroll, Board Member
Amelia Gold, Board Member
ex officio members
Tahesha Way, Secretary of State
The New Jersey Cultural Trust is pleased to announce the FY 2020 Institutional and Financial Stabilization Grants for history and humanities organizations. The program is designed to assist groups in addressing financial and operational challenges that threaten stability and to help build greater capacity to manage and advance their work and missions.
Interested in applying? First, complete an application for qualification by June 14, 2019. (I believe this links to a PDF through the CT site).
Second, sign-up to attend one of the Cultural Trust’s grant workshops from 10 am – 12 pm on June 10th at the Plainfield Public Library and June 11th at Kramer Hall – Stockton University. RSVP to Dina Erickson at email@example.com.
The FY 2020 guidelines are coming soon.
Guidelines and application information for fiscal year 2019 New Jersey Cultural Trust Capital Facilities Grants for Arts Organizations are now available through the link provided above.
Operated in partnership with the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, this round of grants will be focused on projects that will improve an arts organization's physical accessibility, or patron services in support of its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Plan.
Awards to Support Diverse Improvement and Restoration Projects across New Jersey
Page Last Updated: 05/09/19