Approved: A Spending Plan for CAN’s Proposed Public Fund

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http://www.tctfcu.org/pages/extras/cards5/service6/ safe place to buy provigil online •    A shared goal of equitable region-wide access to arts and culture and creative learning
•    Investments in a broad array of non-profit organizations, public sector programs and capital projects
•    81% of the fund to be disseminated in and by the county where the funds are raise d
•    19% of the fund to be pooled and disseminated by the Regional Arts & Culture Council to non-profit arts and cultural organizations that serve the region as a whole.

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CAN was launched in 2008 to establish a new regional $15-20 million dedicated annual stream of funding for arts and culture. For a more on CAN’s mission and leadership, please go to theartscan.org.