FREE SAGA INFORMATION SESSION, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18
Our Grants Administrator will be in North Spokane this month, holding an information session introducing the Spokane Arts Grant Awards (SAGA) program and addressing questions about eligibility. If you know anyone who may be interested in applying for support for their artwork or arts related programming, please encourage them to attend!
North Spokane Public Library
44 E. Hawthorne Road
Large Meeting Room
Saturday, August 18th
10:30 – 11:30am
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Grant Writing ASSISTANCE available
Grant writing workshops coincide with grant rounds. Check back frequently to view and register for our FREE workshops, or please contact our Grants Administrator, Shelly Wynecoop, for some individualized help with general grant writing, or your SAGA application. Email Shelly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The designer of SAGA, Grants Administrator Jennifer Knickerbocker, has identified three characteristics that help make a successful grant writer! Read the article below.
The grants community is diverse, and so is the terminology we use to talk about roles and aspects of the grants lifecycle. SAGA aims to be low-barrier, user-friendly and community driven. Here is a glossary of grant terminology based on the SAGA functionality.
Are you planning on applying for Operating Support Only from SAGA? If so, you will need a strategic plan. Here is a sample strategic plan. Please note: Not all of the plan's sections will apply to you or your needs.
If you are looking for an example budget for either a project or operational support, look no further. All budgets are comprised of two basic lists: expenses (the money you want to spend) and income (the money you'll earn) for your proposal. Together, these two lists tell the story of your work with numbers, and should match your narrative.
Do you need some general advice about the business side of being an artists? We have compiled a list of business license resources for your use.
Resources for SAGA Grantees
How do you announce your SAGA? When you received your award, you agreed to give appropriate mention of your funding. Spokane Arts wants to help support and amplify the work you are doing in our city and region, and have provided resources for you to get the word out.
Need our logo?When you won a SAGA, you agreed to display our logo. Public events and /or materials are expected to have an official Spokane Arts logo clearly visible. This includes printed materials as well as your website, as needed.
All grant funds should be managed prudently and should be used for the purposes set forth in the award letter and approved proposal, defined as the scope. SAGA requires that you provide Spokane Arts with a list of verifiable expenses. Use this Excel file to track your expenses related to your grant award.
SAGA allows a grant period of up to one year from the Award Date. The one-year period is intended to allow a grantee adequate time to plan, execute, and report out. The following attachment is a list of questions on the 2017 Final Report. Please note: All final reports are processed through our online software. This document is for informational purposes only.
If you are a SAGA Grantee, and you are ready to submit your final report, click on the button below. Final Reports are due within one year of your grant award, but may be submitted as early as you wish.
SAGA funds, like most grants, are reported as income. Spokane Arts requires that all grant recipients fill out tax reporting information.
Looking for more resources? Want to apply for more grants, residencies, and need some ideas? Our Grants Administrator has compiled a small list for you.