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Guidelines Rollout Meeting Sept 14 2010 Final
 

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    Guidelines Rollout Meeting Sept 14 2010 Final Guidelines Rollout Meeting Sept 14 2010 Final Presentation Transcript

    • 2011 PCMI Guidelines Information Meeting
      September 2010
    • Today’s Agenda:
      Pew Center for Arts & Heritage
      PCMI Overview
      PCMI Goals
      PCMI Grants
      Planning Grants
      Catalyst Grants
      Professional Development
      Organizational Assessments
      Online LOI Form
      Next Steps/Process
      Questions
    • PCAH Purpose
      The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage is committed to an arts and heritage ecology that engages broad and diverse communities and is distinguished by excellence, imagination, and courage. The Center seeks to catalyze vision.
    • PCMI Overview
      Initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts, and part of The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.
      Has awarded over $7.5 million to 95 organizations over 9 years.
      Promotes organizational change that supports program excellence and effective audience engagement.
      Collaborates closely with PCAH Artistic Initiatives.
      Works through panel-adjudicated grants, professional development grants, organizational assessments, and public programming.
    • PCMI Goals
      PURPOSE: Support organizational development that propels excellence and continuous improvement in program and audience engagement.
      PCMI assists organizations to:
      Plan organizational strategies that will strengthen program and audience engagement.
      Implement well-conceived organizational plans to strengthen program and audience engagement.
      Engage in reflective practices that will lead to stronger programming and operations.
    • PCMI Priorities
      Support organizational change that will catalyze improvements in program quality and audience engagement.
      Integrate with PCAH Artistic Initiatives.
      Encourage “catalytic” and innovative strategies.
      Bridge program, management and audience “silos.”
      How will the proposed planning or organizational change enhance your overall programmatic excellence and audience engagement?
    • Planning Grants
      GOAL: To support organizational planning that will strengthen overall program quality and audience engagement.
      Eligibility: Organizations that have received at least 1 grant from an Artistic Initiative, or support from PCLP, in the last 3 years.
      Grants: Up to $30,000 over one year.
      Criteria:
      Quality of proposal
      Potential impact
      Panel-adjudicated. Online LOI by October 22, 2010.
    • Catalyst Grants
      GOAL: To support organizational development initiatives that will strengthen program quality and audience engagement, and have potential to transform organizational capacity.
      Eligibility: Organizations that have received at least 2 grants from the Artistic Initiatives in the last 5 years, or are current PCLP grantees.
      Grants: Up to $150,000 over 2 years.
      Criteria:
      Quality of proposal
      Ability to carry out project
      Potential impact
      Panel-adjudicated. Online LOI by October 22, 2010.
    • Professional Development Grants
      GOAL: To build organizational skills that will strengthen program
      quality and audience engagement.
      Eligibility: All arts and heritage 501c3’s in the region.
      Grants: Up to $10,000 in one calendar year.
      Criteria:
      Clarity of need (“why this, why now?”)
      Appropriateness of project to achieve goal
      Likelihood of impact on organization and programs
      Quality of consultant or training program
      Rolling deadline, quick turnaround (6-8 weeks)
      Online application form
    • Please Note
      Staff positions:
      Staff costs will be permitted where they will be catalytic.
      For new or upgraded positions, applicant must define term of position, qualifications, and – if appropriate – how position will be sustained after PCMI grant.
      Discuss requests for staff support with PCMI staff prior to application.
      Ineligible costs:
      Permanent equipment
      Capital improvements
      Debt reduction
      Endowments
    • Organizational Assessment
      GOAL: To support organizational self-assessments that address program quality, audience engagement and management capacity.
      Eligibility: All arts and heritage 501c3 organizations in the region.
      Not a requirement for PCMI eligibility.
      Organizations may use PCMI’s assessment tool or another tool that examines program quality, audiences and management strength.
      PCMI will work with each organization to design the appropriate assessment process.
    • Online LOI
      All Planning and Catalyst grant applications must be submitted online.
    • Next Steps
      Read the Guidelines.
      Let the new opportunities and project examples inspire you!
      Discuss opportunities internally, involving both program and management staff.
      Review online LOI forms well before October 22. Contact PCMI with questions or to set up a meeting.
    • Contact Information
      www.pcah.us/management
      pcmi@pcah.us
      Holly Sidford, Senior Advisor
      Mike Barsanti, Senior Program Specialist
      Shaneka Dawsonia, Senior Program Associate
      tel. 267 350 4910