Welcome to the NALAC Submission Manager. This portal allows users to submit NALAC grant applications, NALAC Leadership Institute applications, as well as submissions for special programs and initiatives. 

Before submitting an application through the NALAC Submission Manager, be sure to read and follow directions published in the program guidelines found for each program on our website at www.nalac.org.

NOTE: The deadlines listed below are for U.S. Central Time. Before applying, be sure to check your time zone. The online system will automatically shut off at 11:59 pm Central Time. Late applications will not be accepted. All application materials must be submitted electronically via the online system by the posted deadline.

  If you have any questions, please contact NALAC staff at 210.432.3982 or email info@nalac.org.


NALAC will distribute $2,500 grants to Latinx artists and cultural workers and $5,000 grants to Latinx arts organizations facing critical financial emergencies due to the impact of COVID-19.

Grant Amounts

  • $2,500 for Latinx artists and cultural workers.
  • $5,000 for Latinx arts organizations

Timeline

NALAC’s 2021 relief effort will operate between January - June 2021 and there will be three application calls by different geographic regions of NALAC’s constituent base.

Cycle 1 – Mid-America

  • Call Opens: January 13, 2021
  • Deadline to Apply: January 27, 2021 (closes 11:59PM CT)

Eligibility

Who is eligible to apply?

Eligibility requirements specific to each application cycle include:

Cycle 1 Eligibility Requirements (Mid-America: January 13, 2021 – January 27, 2021)

  • Applicants need to reside in one of the following states or territories: Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, Wyoming

General eligibility requirements across all grant cycles include:

Individuals

  • Must be at least 18 year of age.
  • Must identify as a Latinx artist or cultural worker and is able to demonstrate their artistic or cultural practice.
  • Must not be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program.
  • Must demonstrate dire financial need due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See NALAC’s definition below.
  • Must be able to provide a Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) if awarded grant funds.
  • Must have full-time residence in the U.S. or Puerto Rico and the region in which they are applying for at least one (1) year.
  • Applicant did not receive grant funds via the Catalyst for Change Award or Border Narrative Change grant opportunities.
  • NOTE: Individuals who received micro-grant funding in 2020 Actos de Confianza relief are welcome to apply.

For more guideline details and FAQ visit our website here: https://www.nalac.org/actos-guidelines-2021/


NALAC will distribute $2,500 grants to Latinx artists and cultural workers and $5,000 grants to Latinx arts organizations facing critical financial emergencies due to the impact of COVID-19.

Grant Amounts

  • $2,500 for Latinx artists and cultural workers.
  • $5,000 for Latinx arts organizations

Timeline

NALAC’s 2021 relief effort will operate between January - June 2021 and there will be three application calls by different geographic regions of NALAC’s constituent base.

Cycle 1 – Mid-America

  • Call Opens: January 13, 2021
  • Deadline to Apply: January 27, 2021 (closes 11:59PM CT)

Eligibility

Who is eligible to apply?

Eligibility requirements specific to each application cycle include:


Cycle 1 Eligibility Requirements (Mid-America: January 13, 2021 – January 27, 2021)

  • Applicants need to reside in one of the following states or territories: Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, Wyoming

General eligibility requirements across all grant cycles include:

ORGANIZATIONS

  • Must have a mission that is explicitly focused on Latinx arts and/or culture.
  • Must have an Executive or Artistic Director who is Latinx and/or a Board of Directors that is comprised of at least 51% Latinx individuals.
  • Must demonstrate dire financial need due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See NALAC’s definition below.
  • Must have a 501c3 nonprofit status OR have a fiscal sponsor with a 501c3 status.
  • Must have at least one full year of programming history (this excludes any interruptions to programming in 2020 that may have arisen due to COVID-19).
  • Must not be a college or university project, group, department or organization (ex. a student organization or art gallery that is part of an academic institution).

For more guideline details and FAQs visit our website here: https://www.nalac.org/actos-guidelines-2021/

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NALAC distribuirá subvenciones de $2,500 a artistas Latinx y trabajadores culturales y subvenciones de $5,000 a organizaciones de arte Latinx que enfrentan emergencias financieras criticas debido al impacto de COVID-19.

Montos de la subvención

  • $2,500 para artistas latinos y trabajadores culturales.
  • $5,000 para organizaciones de arte Latinx.

Cronograma

El esfuerzo de relieve Actos de Confianza 2021 de NALAC operará entre enero y junio de 2021 y habrá tres llamadas de solicitud por diferentes regiones geográficas de la base constituyente de NALAC.

Ciclo 1 – Región central de EEUU

  • Apertura de convocatorias: 13 de enero de 2021
  • Fecha límite: 27 de enero de 2021 (cierra a las 11:59 p.m. CT)

Elegibilidad

¿Quién es eligible para aplicar?

Los requisitos generales de elegibilidad en todos los ciclos de subvenciones incluyen:

ORGANIZACIONES

  • Debe tener una misión que se enfoque explícitamente en las artes y/o la cultura Latinx.
  • Debe tener un Director Ejecutivo o Artístico que sea Latinx y/o una Junta Directiva que este compuesta por al menos 51% de individuos Latinx.
  • Debe demonstrar una necesidad financiera extrema debido a la pandemia de COVID-19. Consulte la definición de NALAC enseguida.
  • Debe tener un estado sin fines de lucro 501c3 o tener un patrocinador fiscal con un estado 501c3.
  • Debe tener al menos un año completo de historial de programación (esto excluye cualquier interrupción de la programación en 2020 que pueda haber surgido debido a COVID-19).
  • No puede ser un proyecto, grupo, departamento u organización de un colegio o universidad (por ejemplo, una organización de estudiantes o una galería de arte que sea parte de una institución académica).

Para obtener más detalles de la guía y preguntas frecuentes, visite nuestro sitio web aquí: https://www.nalac.org/actos-guidelines-2021/

Welcome to the online application for the NALAC Advocacy Leadership Institute (ALI). Please review the information below prior to starting your application.



Application Deadline: Thursday, February 4th, 2021 at 11:59PM Central Time. Please be aware of your time zone and note that the system will not accept applications once the portal is closed.



Please read the published guidelines before proceeding with this application. The NALAC Advocacy Leadership Institute Guidelines are available at https://www.nalac.org/leadership/advocacy-leadership-institute.



To submit an application, follow these steps:


Step 1: Create a Submittable account or if you already have an account with Submittable, login with your username and password. Note that Submittable requires some contact information to be provided for establishing or updating an account. Some of this information will be requested again in the actual ALI application form for future communications if you are accepted into the program.

Step 2: Enter contact information and continue as the online application form will guide you through the series of prompts and questions as outlined in the Application Guidelines. Guidelines for the Advocacy Leadership Institute can be found at https://www.nalac.org/leadership/advocacy-leadership-institute.

Step 3: Type (or paste) your responses directly into the online form and upload links or documents as prompted.

Step 4: Click "Apply Now" to submit your complete application. You will receive an email confirmation upon submission.

The 2019 - 2020 Reporting Form is used to accept Interim/Final Report materials for all 2019 NALAC Fund for the Arts Grantees.

All grantees must complete this form by February 5, 2021.

Interim/Final reports and work samples will be used to report to NALAC authorizers, as well as for publicity and educational purposes. Failure to submit an Interim/Final Report by the posted deadline will render you/ your organization ineligible for future NALAC grants.

NOTE: All questions can be answered in Spanish. For a Spanish translation of all reporting questions please click here.

To complete reporting, follow the steps below.

  • Step 1: Download the Final Report Budget Form. TIP: The Budget Form is in Excel format; in order for the Form to function and calculate correctly, you must enable macros when you open and complete the document. Click here to access the Final Report Budget Form.
  • Step 2: Complete and save the Final Report Budget Form on your computer. Save as a PDF: Name_FinalReportBudget.pdf
  • Step 3: Click "Apply Now" below, to begin the online 2019 - 2020 NFA Grantee Reporting Form
  • Step 4: Login to Submittable with the credentials you used to submit your application. If unavailable feel free to create another Submittable account.
  • Step 5: Enter User Account information and continue.
  • Step 6: Answer all of the questions presented on the online 2019 - 2020 NFA Grantee Reporting Form.
  • Step 7: Click "Select Files" to attach completed Final Report Budget Form and Work Sample pertinent to the project.
  • Step 8: Click "Apply Now" to submit your Interim/Final Report. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address provided in the Submittable account.

The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) will use pertinent work samples to educate and inform the public about NALAC programs.

STAFF CONTACTS Please email grants@nalac.org or contact NALAC Programs Staff at 210.432.3982 for more information and questions related to the final reporting process. Thank you!

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El formulario de informes 2019-2020 se utiliza para aceptar materiales de informes provisionales / finales para todos los beneficiarios del fondo NFA2019.

Todos los beneficiarios deben completar este formulario antes del 5 de febrero de 2021.

Los informesintermedios / finales y las muestras de trabajo se utilizarán para informar a los autorizadores de NALAC, así como para fines publicitarios y educativos. Si no envía un informe provisional ofinal antes de la fecha límite publicada, usted o su organización no serán elegibles para futuras subvenciones de NALAC.

NOTA: Todas las preguntas pueden responderse en español. Para obtener una traducción al español de todas las preguntas sobre informes, haga clic aquí

Para completar el Informe provisional / final, siga los pasos a continuación.

  • Paso 1: Descargue el formulario de presupuesto del informe final. SUGERENCIA: El formulario de presupuesto está en formato Excel; para que el formulario funcione y calcule correctamente, debe habilitar las macros cuando abra ycomplete el documento. Haga clic aquí para acceder al formulario de presupuesto del informe final.
  • Paso 2: Complete y guarde el formulario de presupuesto del informe final en su computadora. Guardar como PDF: Nombre_FinalReportBudget.pdf
  • Paso 3: Haga clic en "Solicitar ahora" a continuación para comenzar el formulario de informe del fondo NFA 2019-2020
  • Paso 4: Inicie sesión en Submittable con las credenciales que utilizó para enviar su solicitud. Si no estándisponibles, puede crear otra cuenta de Submittable.•Paso 5: Ingrese la información de la cuenta de usuario y continúe.
  • Paso 6: Responda todas las preguntas presentadas en el formulario de informe del fondoNFA 2019-2020.
  • Paso 7: Haga clic en "Seleccionar archivos"(“Select files”)para adjuntar el formulario de presupuesto del informe final completo y la muestra de trabajo pertinente al proyecto.
  • Paso 8: Haga clic en "Aplicar ahora"(“Apply now”)para enviar su informe provisional / final. Se enviará un correo electrónico de confirmación a la dirección de correo electrónico proporcionada en la cuenta de envío.

La Asociación Nacional de Artes y Culturas Latinas (NALAC) utilizará muestras de trabajopertinentes para educar e informar al público sobre los programas de NALAC.

CONTACTOS DEL PERSONAL Envíe un correo electrónico a grants@nalac.org o comuníquese con el personal de programas de NALAC al 210.432.3982 para obtener más información y preguntas relacionadas con el proceso de informe final. ¡Gracias!

The NALAC Final Report is used to accept Final Report materials for all NALAC Grant Programs and Travel Support.

A complete final report must be filed 60 days after project completion, but no later than 12 months from date of Award Letter. Final reports and work samples will be used to report to NALAC authorizers, as well as for publicity and educational purposes. Failure to submit a Final Report by the posted deadline will render you/ your organization ineligible for future NALAC grants.

To complete the Final Report, follow the steps below. 

Please note: Steps 1-2 are not required for recipients who received Travel Support or the TCR Travel Award after 2016.

  • Step 1: Download the Final Report Budget Form.  TIP: The Budget Form is in Excel format; in order for the Form to function and calculate correctly, you must enable macros when you open and complete the document. Click here to access the Final Report Budget Form.
  • Step 2: Complete and save the Final Report Budget Form on your computer. Save as a PDF: Name_FinalReportBudget.pdf 
  • Step 3: Click "Apply Now" below, to begin the online Final Report Form.
  • Step 4: Login to Submittable with the credentials you used to submit your application.  If unavailable feel free to create another Submittable account.
  • Step 5: Enter User Account information and continue. 
  • Step 6: Answer all of the questions presented on the online Final Report Form.
  • Step 7: Click "Select Files" to attach completed Final Report Budget Form.
  • Step 8: Click "Select Files" to attach each Work Sample pertinent to the project.
  • Step 9: Click "Apply Now" to submit your Final Report. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address provided in the Submittable account.

The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) will use pertinent work samples to educate and inform the public about NALAC programs.  

STAFF CONTACTS
Please email grants@nalac.org or contact NALAC Programs Staff at 210.432.3982 for more information and questions related to the final reporting process. Thank you!

The NALAC Media Inbox is used to accept high quality digital submissions showcasing Latinx artworks, artists and organizations working in any artistic discipline. Submissions may be featured in NALAC print and digital formats including the E-Boletín newsletter, NALAC website, marketing materials, social media and other educational platforms. We welcome your submissions for consideration.


If you have any questions, please call 210.432.3982 or email info@nalac.org.

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