Hunterdon County, NJ – County officials announced on Friday that they are awarding re-grant state funding to non-profit arts and cultural organizations in the area. The funding, which is being made available through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, is part of a larger effort to support the local arts community and promote cultural events in the region.
The grant program is open to non-profit organizations that provide arts and cultural programming in Hunterdon County. Recipients of the grant money can use the funds for a variety of purposes, including the development of new programs, the expansion of existing programs, and the purchase of equipment and supplies.
County officials say that the grant money will help to support a wide range of cultural events and programs throughout the region. These events and programs play an important role in promoting local arts and culture, and they help to enhance the quality of life for residents of Hunterdon County.
The grant program is just one of several initiatives being undertaken by county officials to support the local arts community. In recent years, the county has made significant investments in local arts organizations, including the construction of new arts facilities and the expansion of existing programs.
The announcement of the re-grant state funding comes at a time when many non-profit arts organizations are facing financial challenges due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. County officials say that the funding will help to ensure that these organizations can continue to provide vital cultural programming to residents of the area, even during difficult times.