Online applications from Pearland-based non-profit organizations are now being accepted for the fiscal year 2020 Pearland Cultural Arts Grant. The program is managed by the Pearland Convention & Visitors Bureau and provides funding from the hotel occupancy tax for projects that support cultural arts in Pearland.
“The Pearland Cultural Arts Grant Program has played an integral role for the arts in Pearland and supports our mission to position Pearland as a destination,” according to Kim Sinistore, executive director, Pearland Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Applications are due by August 27, 2019 for the Pearland Cultural Arts Grant Program and awarded in October. October marks the beginning of the new 2020 fiscal year for the Pearland Convention & Visitors Bureau. Grant applications will include programming to occur between October 1, 2019 and September 30, 2020.
Pearland Cultural Arts Grant online application
Non-profit organizations located within the city limits of Pearland are encouraged to apply and must meet eligibility criteria to be considered. Funding is limited to a $6,000 maximum grant application. Applications are available online, visitpearland.com/fy20-culturalapplication/
For more information, contact Kim Sinistore at [email protected] or by phone at 281-997-5971.
About Pearland Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Pearland Convention & Visitors Bureau is a division within the City Of Pearland, City Manager’s Office. The role of the Convention & Visitors Bureau is to promote and coordinate tourist related activity within the City of Pearland. To accomplish this mission, the Convention & Visitors Bureau is responsible for the promotion of hotel rooms and convention attendance within the City; works with tourist related organizations within the City to coordinate marketing, advertising, promotion and programming; works with State and regional organizations which are responsible for the promotion of the region, and works to coordinate activities within City Government which directly or indirectly impact tourism.