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ARTreach Fund

The Saginaw Arts & Enrichment Commission created the ARTreach fund in 1987 to provide funding to local arts and cultural organizations. The Fund provides grants for locally developed, high quality, arts and cultural projects which address local needs and increase public access to arts and culture in Saginaw County.

The ARTreach Fund has enhanced the quality of life in Saginaw County by funding hundreds of concerts, plays, performances, art fairs, films, art exhibits, and festivals in the Saginaw community. We have granted more than $700,000 to support local arts programming.

Click here for more information and a copy of the ARTreach Fund Brochure.

Call the Saginaw Community Foundation at (989) 755-0545 or the Saginaw Arts & Enrichment Commission at (989) 759-1363 for more information or to make a contribution.

Applying for a Grant

For over 20 years, the ARTreach Fund has enhanced the quality of life in Saginaw County by funding hundreds of concerts, plays, performances, art fairs, films, art exhibits, and festivals in the Saginaw community. We have granted more than $500,000 in the past decade to support local arts programming.

Any non-profit Saginaw County arts and cultural organization, 501(c)(3), may apply for a grant under the ARTreach program. Grants are given for general operating support and for special projects for Bringing Art to Life!

Please contact the Saginaw Arts and Enrichment Commission at 989-759-1363, ext. 223 for eligibility requirements, grant policies and deadlines.

Organizations supported by ARTreach Grants

  • Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra
  • Saginaw Choral Society
  • Saginaw Art Museum
  • Pit & Balcony Theatre
  • Saginaw African Cultural Festival
  • Japanese Cultural Center
  • PRIDE Friday Night Live
  • Riverside Film Festival
  • Children’s Zoo at Celebration Square
  • Jazz on Jefferson
  • And many more!
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The Saginaw Arts and Enrichment Commission is supported in part by grants from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Art