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PHOENIX -- A total of $1.25 million will go into a one-time arts and culture initiative resulting from redirecting remaining grant funds from the wind-down of Metro Phoenix Partnership for Arts and Culture (MPAC).
The Flinn Foundation and Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust, MPAC's two major funders, have designated the outstanding funds for the Flinn-Piper Strengthening the Arts Initiative. The initiative has two parts:
- The Flinn Emergency Fund for Arts Organizations comprising $500,000 in unrestricted grants to 21 arts and culture organizations (list follows).
- The Piper Arts Restructuring and Transformation Fund (ART Fund) of up to $750,000 to implement new nonprofit structures, processes and collaborative ventures to increase revenue and …