Demystifying Grant Seeking: What You Really Need to Do to Get Grants

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Cover Letter

Letterhead for Port City Partnership for the Arts
PO Box xxxx, Port City, CA xxxxx
Tel. 999.222.2222
www.webaddressforportcitypartnership.xxx

20 May 2001

Roz Foster Program Director The Thurston Family Foundation PO Box xxxx Port City, CA xxxxx

Dear Ms. Foster,

Wendy and I enjoyed meeting with you earlier this month. Thank you for taking the time to further explain the Thurston Family Foundation's history and goals, and to assist us with our funding request. The proposal you requested follows this letter.

At the Port City Partnership for the Arts, our mission for the past eight years has been to form strong connections and share expertise and audiences among the arts organizations of the Port City region. We facilitate scheduling of annual arts events and provide centralized membership, ticket sales, and fund development services to our members.

In our work, we and our members have perceived a growing need to interest and nurture audiences aged 20 to 40.“Project 21C” is designed to do just that, by engaging people new to arts attendance in a low-cost year-long program of education, events, performances, and social interaction.

I am writing to respectfully request a grant of $15,000 from the Thurston Family Foundation to establish Project 21C. Your donation will encourage 750 new arts-goers to learn about and enjoy the arts and will revitalize our city's cultural community for the new century.

I appreciate your consideration. Please call me or Oni Schuman, the Project Coordinator, with any questions or ideas.

Sincerely,

Jorge Klein Executive Director

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