DOES YOUR PROJECT NEED PROMOTIONAL SUPPORT, FUNDING, OR LOCAL CONNECTIONS?
ABOUT THE COLLAB GRANTS
($750-$4000) support programs happening Jan-June 2023 and led by current affiliates of member institutions
. Please review the program materials
and share widely
. If you would like to discuss your ideas or need help in identifying partners or contributors to your program, please contact MAA’s executive director (Jennifer Beisser at 212-749-1570 or email@example.com
) as soon as possible. The deadline for applications is November 11, 2022.
The Morningside Area Alliance (“MAA”) includes the area’s leading nonprofits who work together to strengthen this community. Recognizing that our academic and nonprofit institutions are “better together,” MAA has launched a grant
and sponsorship program. MAA Collab Grants
support cross-institutional programs and events.
2022 Collab Grant Projects
The Celebration of Latin Music will be held on Cinco de Mayo 2022 and feature the inter-regional Latin music band Zon del Barrio, all led by the Latin American Studies departments at Columbia and Barnard. The concert is one of a three part celebration of Hispanic culture during 2022. To know more see Maria Lozano at firstname.lastname@example.org. 917-365-7671
What to expect: A high-energy musical extravaganza that celebrates Nuyorican tradition and culture led by Bandleader, Composer, and Historian Aurora Flores
with 15-piece orchestra Zon Del Barrio.
Barnard is offering the Circular Community, an ecosystem to share supplies like books, clothes, art and office supplies, and more between member organizations. For more information you can reach Leslie Raucher at email@example.com. 212-854-7979 Community Impact is preparing their 40th Anniversary with a pop-up gallery from Wednesday April 13 to Friday April 15, 2022, focused on 40 years of serving the community. It will be open to the University community and anyone interested in volunteerism. For more information get in touch with Satrina Boyce at firstname.lastname@example.org. 646-594-3944 The Media Making and Multimodal Scholarship Festival will take place on April 8, 2022 as a part of the larger Podfest, aimed at developing collaborative tools with Teachers College and the greater community for advancing media and social change. See Katie Newhouse for more info at email@example.com. 617-817-4717 Singers’ Workshop at Teachers College will run from March through June of 2022 as an after school music program for 25 local youth that gives public performances, headed by Jeanne Goffi-Fynn and a team of Teachers College faculty. In partnership with the Columbia Secondary School, scholarships are available. Learn more and get involved at singersworkshops.org or firstname.lastname@example.org. 917-312-9502