4Culture
Deadline: 10/17/2018, 5 PM

The 4Culture Sustained Support program is a King County wide investment in culture. It is 4Culture’s commitment to provide reliable, sustainable and consistent support in arts, heritage and preservation. Sustained Support assists with the day-to-day needs of organizations over two-year cycles. Apply to the program that that best fits your mission.

Arts Sustained Support
Arts organizations and Local Arts Agencies can put these funds to work providing artistic and creative services to King County residents and visitors.
Guidelines and application

Heritage Sustained Support
Historical museums and heritage organizations, public corporations, and tribal governments that explore the people, places, communities, events, and themes of our region’s past are eligible to apply.
Guidelines and application

Preservation Sustained Support 
Funds are available for nonprofits and municipalities that promote stewardship, advocacy, and educational opportunities around the preservation of our historic places.
Guidelines and application

Attend a free, informal workshop in South King County where you can get your grant questions answered and assistance with your application.

Wednesday, September 12, Noon-1 PM
Soos Creek Botanical Garden and Heritage Center; 29308 132nd Avenue SE, Auburn
(This workshop will occur after the SoCoCulture meeting.)

Monday, September 24, Noon-1 PM
Maple Valley Library, 21844 SE 248th Street, Maple Valley

Tuesday, September 25, Noon-1 PM (This workshop is for Heritage applicants only)
Pacific Bonsai Museum, 2515 S 336th Street, Federal Way

There will also be workshops held in 4Culture’s Pioneer Square office, and at other venues in King County. Visit 4Culture.org for more details or contact staff directly:

Arts: Bret Fetzer, bret.fetzer@4culture.org, 206-263-1599
Heritage: Brian J. Carter, brian.carter@4culture.org, 206-263-1586
Preservation: Dana Phelan, dana.phelan@4culture.org, 206-263-1604