Must be an Oklahoma-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization incorporated in the State of Oklahoma as a Domestic Not for Profit Corporation
In good standing with theIRS and State of Oklahoma
Registered with a SAM Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) and eligible to receive federal support
Organizations must have completed three full years of continuous operation as an Oklahoma-based 501(c)(3) (as listed above)
Organizations must be Arts-focused nonprofits: Organizations with an arts-based mission that is clearly outlined in the organization’s most recently filed and signed IRS 990 form and/or in their most recent board approved strategic plan. At least 51% of the organization’s annual budget and programming must be dedicated to artistic disciplines and/or service.
Organization must be located in, serve, and benefit the City of Tulsa.
Organization should have a well-defined annual operating plan and budget.
Organization must have non-discrimination, conflict of interest, and accessibility policies.
What they say
Our last AAT Grant helped fund our Harmony Project Teaching Artist Salaries. The AAT Grant helped us make a greater impact!
Harmony Project Tulsa
Sustaining Tulsa’s thriving non-profit arts community.