Individual artists and small creative businesses in the arts and culture community are invited to join our free workshop on “How to Access Funds AND Community Resources.”
“We learned in reading the Pinellas Artists Relief Fund applications that many creatives are not aware that they are eligible for these other funds, and that several of the funds have broadened their eligibility,” states John Collins, Director of the Arts Alliance. “We also learned how important it is to get information to them about the social services in the county that are here to help.”
Hosted by Kimberly Jackson, Esq., Executive Director of the SPC Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions at St. Petersburg College. This one hour presentation will cover new deadlines and broader eligibility and coverage to answer frequently asked questions about sources of grants and other resources.
• St. Petersburg Fighting Chance Fund for Individuals AND Businesses
• St. Pete’s Business Resiliency Team and Arts Navigator
• Pinellas Cares Fund for Individuals AND Small Business Grants – Pinellas
County Economic Development
• Pinellas County Urban League
• St. Petersburg Free Clinic
• Jessica Pellerito Eilerman, MA, Small Business Liaison, Office of the Mayor,
Manager, St. Petersburg Greenhouse, Planning & Economic Development
• Kim Vogel, St. Pete Greenhouse Manager and Jocelyn Howard, Grow Smarter St. Petersburg Manager
• Dr. Cynthia Johnson, Director, Office of Small Business and Supplier Diversity and Daisy Rodriguez, Director of Human Resources, PCED - Pinellas County Economic Development
• Rev. Watson Haynes, II - President & CEO - Pinellas County Urban League
• Shaina Bent – CEO - St. Petersburg Free Clinic
Find out about the funds and other help that is now here for you! And what the most common mistakes that are made in applications.
Workshop is free but registration is required.
Presented by St. Petersburg Arts Alliance, Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg, Creative Pinellas, and SPC Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions,