Each year, United Arts awards grants to approximately
150 schools, 40 organizations and 20 individual artists. Through these grants,
United Arts supports schools, organizations and municipalities whose work
builds a better Wake County.



Artists in Schools grants, school grants,
and youth arts grants support
students, teachers, arts specialists, teaching artists, and administrators who
are dedicated to making the arts a fundamental part of education.



Arts services grantscultural access grants, and arts for municipalities grants help nurture the arts in ethnically
and geographically diverse populations. New generation grants are available to support up-and-coming
initiatives and help young organizations develop their ability to produce arts
programming. United Arts also provides financial support to individual artists
and small, unincorporated groups of collaborating artists through 
professional development grants for artists.

Artist Support Grant recipients must submit a final report to United Arts within thirty (30) days of the completion of  the  project,  or  by January  15,  2023. Grantee  shall  attach  any  materials,  publicity,  documentation, and a full and accurate accounting of the funds as related to the project to the final report. A late report, one received after the due date indicated above, is a violation of the grant contract. Future funding may be denied based on reporting timeliness.

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United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County