9 Arts Organizations Receive Over $2 Million from Doris Duke Foundation | Playbill

News 9 Arts Organizations Receive Over $2 Million from Doris Duke Foundation The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation announced that nine organizations have received a combined total of $2.268 million through its Core Support for National Organizations grants program.

The program, according to a press release, supports organizations "whose activities bolster the national infrastructure of the arts. Grantees consist of national organizations that have a prior funding relationship with the foundation and whose applications could clarify their multi-year organizational objectives, a plan for achieving them and benchmarks against which progress toward them could be measured."

“While we often fund new projects or activities, our Core Support initiative recognizes the irreplaceable value of the ongoing programs and services these organizations provide, such as leadership training, conferences, publications or research,” said Ben Cameron, program director for the Arts at DDCF, in a statement. “Grants to these national organizations ultimately contribute to the better health of dance companies, theatre companies, jazz ensembles and presenters throughout the country. We are delighted to support these nine important organizations through two-year grants designed to support both short- and long-term needs.”

The recipients of DDCF’s 2015 Core Support for National Organizations follow:


For more information visit www.ddcf.org.

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