The DeVos Institute invites US-based non-profit organizations committed to enhancing social cohesion to apply for pro bono planning support underwritten in full by the University of Maryland.
In continuation of its mission to support and empower arts managers and their boards, the DeVos Institute of Arts Management is pleased to offer pro bono consultation for ten US-based organizations focused on strengthening or developing arts programming to enhance social cohesion.
At a pivotal moment in our nation’s journey — one that calls for justice, reconciliation, restitution, and healing — the program seeks to assist organizations in the development and implementation of arts programming that promotes engagement between parties that may not otherwise engage in constructive or creative dialogue.
Specifically, the program recognizes the disproportionate and unacceptable impact that structural and racial inequity has had within BIPOC communities and, while all proposals are welcomed and encouraged, will prioritize proposals that seek to support BIPOC-led or BIPOC-serving organizations.
Click for more information: http://devosinstitute.umd.edu/What-We-Do/Services-For-Communities/ProBonoConsultationSocialCohesionPrograms