Arts-related nonprofit organizations in communities along the Nickel Plate Railroad share similar values, missions and challenges. Bringing these like minds to the same table makes us all stronger. By offering access to funding opportunities, invitations to collaborate and more, we encourage organizations to become NPArts Partners.
Nonprofit organizations and small businesses are stronger together. If your organization or company creates art or works with artists, we want to partner with you! By working together, we can grow your customers and audiences, advocate for the needs of the arts, and celebrate your victories!
Any nonprofit organization that has a stake in the arts can become our partner.
We want to share what you are doing to make our Arts Community great! Here’s how:
Events can be hard to organize, especially when you are relying on volunteers. We can provide administrative help to keep your program on track and connect it to other resources!
We have many ways to connect with big crowds, arts enthusiasts, and local leaders. We can introduce you to all of them:
Submitting arts related events…
To accurately and efficiently keep up with this huge task of tracking all our Community Partner events, please submit your art related events to email@example.com in the following standardized format:
Date & Time
Cost for event
Description of the event
Website/event info. Link
Include contact person/info. (who can be reached for event questions)
Please also submit your logo or event related image if one is available
Our mission is to cultivates arts resources to enrich the lives of everyone who experiences our community. We can’t achieve that mission without feedback from you. We have two surveys related to our overall performance – each should take you 5 minutes or less to fill out. Please consider taking one or both of them to help us grow and best serve you! Thank you!
Nickel Plate Arts offers non-profit organizations up to $1,000 in funding for events and/or projects that build community around the arts in the communities of eastern Hamilton County, from Fishers to Atlanta. To apply for funding, simply fill out the form here. Our staff will review your application within one week of receipt. Funding decisions are based on the order in which applications are received, the strength of the application, its connection to the arts community and the availability of funds. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.