Governor Patrick Announces Additional $15 Million for Cultural Facilities Fund in Final Capital Plan
(July 7, 2014)—Governor Deval Patrick announced today that his Administration’s final state capital plan includes an additional $15 million for the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund (CFF). Read the Full Release.
$14 Million in New Mass Cultural Facilities Fund Grants Will Boost Creative Sector
(June 12, 2014)—The Patrick Administration today announced grants totaling nearly $14 million to support new building projects for nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, schools, and communities across Massachusetts.
These Cultural Facilities Fund projects will expand access and education in the arts, history, and sciences; create jobs in construction and cultural tourism; and improve the quality of life in cities and towns across the Commonwealth. Organizations receiving funding in this round plan to invest $264 million in their projects. Grants will be capitalized with $15 million from Governor Deval Patrick’s fiscal year 2014 capital budget.
“Investments in our creative economy stimulate growth and opportunity in every corner of the Commonwealth,” said Governor Patrick. “Through this new round of funding, we are continuing to create a more vibrant place for our students to learn, our families to live and our businesses to grow.” ...
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See the 2014 Funded Projects
Get the 2014 CFF Fact Sheet (PDF)
Next Round of Funding
MCC and MassDevelopment will begin to craft guidelines for the new round of CFF grants and hope to solicit applications later in the fall. Please check back periodically for updates on this page or join MCC's email list.