The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA), the City agency responsible for cultural funding and policy in New York City, administers funding to more than 900 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations each year.
To learn more about eligibility and apply for DCLA funding for a nonprofit organization, visit the Cultural Funding page.
The NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) partners with community-based organizations and artists to present public art on DOT property in all five boroughs. View opportunities to collaborate with DOT on the DOT Art & Event Programming page.
The New York City Department of Education (DOE) offers procurement opportunities for nonprofits interested in providing services to DOE, public schools, and students. The primary methods for contracting with the DOE are through Requests for Bids (RFBs), Requests for Proposals (RFPs), and the Multiple Task Award Contracts (MTAC) pre-qualification process.
The DOE solicits competitive bids and proposals through RFBs and RFPs, which are published on the DOE's website.
The DOE also selects providers for MTAC opportunities. Schools can purchase services from organizations that are prequalified for an MTAC through a streamlined process. View open MTAC opportunities on the DOE website.