The Clorox Company Foundation Arts Mini Grants
The Clorox Company Foundation (TCCF) provides grants primarily in its headquarters community of Oakland, California. TCCF supports cultural initiatives, programs and projects that increase awareness of, participation in and appreciation of arts and culture.
TCCF Arts Mini Grants Initiative, as part of the cultural programming focus, provides small grants to support Oakland’s nonprofit visual and performing arts community events. Funds must be used for programs that are nonsectarian. No sponsoring or fundraising events will be funded.
Applicants must currently be in good standing with the IRS and in receipt of an IRS ruling confirming their classification as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit agency or be sponsored by a qualified fiscal agent.
In order to re-apply, an applicant may not have received an Arts Mini Grant within the last 12 months.
Read more at TCCF Grant Guidelines.
For more information, please visit the TCCF FAQ page.
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