NCG's Arts Loan Fund (ALF) Steering Committee is comprised of a diverse range of Bay Area funders, who are committed to the Arts. The committee convenes every four weeks to discuss issues impacting the Arts in Northern California and to review loan applications to determine awards to nonprofit arts organizations in the Bay Area.
This month we will be hosting an exciting peer learning, The Relationship Between Commercial Developers and the Local Arts Community. The panel will consist of representatives from two commercial developers who’ve engaged with the Oakland arts community. The discussion will be moderated by Denise Pate, Coordinator of the Cultural Funding Program at the City of Oakland. Learn more here.
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These meetings are by invitation only. To learn more about joining the Arts Loan Fund, please contact Krystle Chipman, Collaborative Philanthropy Coordinator.
About the Arts Loan Fund
Since 1981, the Arts Loan Fund (ALF) has provided over 1,345 low-interest, quick turnaround loans totaling over $18 million, to arts organizations located in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, Sacramento, San Mateo, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma counties, and individual artists in Oakland and San Francisco.
The Arts Loan Fund is housed at Northern California Grantmakers, and its committee is comprised of NCG members. The committee meets every six weeks to review loan applications and determine loan awards.