Through the Creative Impact Awards, a pilot program introduced last fall, The Cultural Alliance of York County invited anyone outside its partner agencies to apply for about $70,000. The money, which is from a donor and endowment funds, was meant for projects that had visible impacts.
On Tuesday, a committee named eight winning projects:
W. Robert Miller Summer Arts School – $2,000
York Jewish Community Center (creative play and education) – $4,500
ForSight Vision (art for clients) – $5,000
New Freedom Heritage Kiosk – $21,600
Donald Gogniat Video (geography for classrooms) – $1,500
Two Schools and a Creek (playscapes at two local schools) – $15,000
New Hope Academy Music Studio – $17,618
Hanover Lancers Alumni Concert – $2,000
A reception for the winners is planned next month at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center. Learn more about two of the winning projects planned for the next year and how to get involved.