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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
HUD Community Development Block Grants
U.S. Governmental Agencies
The National Endowment for the Arts has a section on their web site that gives examples of art projects that were funded by federal agencies other than the endowment.
NEC Corporation Foundation
NEC funds technology projects that benefit people with disabilities and organizations serving those with disabilities and older adults.
Cultural Facilities Capital Resources Grant funds acquisition of real property,
durable equipment, renovation or construction including alteration needed in
order to comply with Section 504 of the 1974 Rehabilitation Act and the 1990
Americans with Disabilities Act.
Fast Track ADA and Emergency Grants
The amount of $100,000 will be reserved from the previous fiscal year's accumulated funds for the purpose of responding to smaller renovation and construction projects to comply with Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and regulations concerning access to public buildings for people with disabilities, and to answer emergency needs when damage to arts and history museum infra-structure or sudden failure of equipment may result in harm to arts and history collections and public safety.
Arts Accessibility Technical Assistance Funding
Technical Assistance Funding is available but must but must accompany a programmatic funding grant application. Activities and requests could include: Leasing or renting of ramps, or assistive listening equipment, hiring a sign language interpreter, audio description services, or creating alternative formats for materials such as large print brochures, Braille, or cassette tapes. Funding level up to $500 of eligible items with 50% matching funds.
Arts Commission grant forms