For Grantees

Congratulations on becoming an ArtReach grantee, and thank you for the privilege of getting to fund your project! Below is all of the key information you need to know as an ArtReach grantee. Please feel free to send any questions, comments, concerns, requests, etc. to



ArtReach’s priority is to support you in executing your project as smoothly as possible. If you're having any issues within your project or require support in any way, please don't hesitate to reach out! Some (but not all) of the ways we can support you include:

  • Resolving participant complaints against your project

  • Resolving facilitator complaints against your project

  • Negotiating with administrative partners/ trustees on your behalf

  • Adjusting your budget to support a change in the project

  • Connecting you to others in the community arts sector

  • Recommending accessible venues in your neighbourhood

  • Suggesting other funding sources that you may be eligible for


If you prefer a form of communication other than email, ArtReach staff is available via phone, video call, text message, social media messaging services, or in-person meetings. Please share your communications preferences with ArtReach staff.

ArtReach would love to help you promote your projects, workshops, and events through our networks, website, social media, and newsletter. Please send all related information to, or tag/ DM us on social media.




In an effort to further support your project, ArtReach usually conducts project check ins via email near the beginning, middle, and end of your project, but may check-in at additional times as needed. The purpose of these check-in are to confirm that you feel confident and comfortable executing your project, and are a time where you can identify any areas that ArtReach can provide support. A final check-in will take place near the end of your programming timeline to confirm the end date of your project and provide you with information on your final report.



One of the most important conditions in your agreement with ArtReach and the Toronto Arts Council is that the project must make sure that the support from both ArtReach and Toronto Arts Council are fully acknowledged in your communications materials. The logos of the Toronto Arts Council and ArtReach must be used on all promotional flyers, posters and ads.

ArtReach and Toronto Arts Council logos can be found here. If you require a logo in an alternative format, please email with the required specifications.

For programs, magazine, and book projects, in addition to the logos, the following phrase must be included: “Funding for this project has been provided by the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council and ArtReach”.


While we hope that you are able to submit your final report by the approved due date, this date is flexible and can be amended as needed. If you need an extension, please contact us as early as possible to let us know what’s going on, why you need the extension, and a suggestion for a new reporting due date.

Please note if you do not complete and submit a final report and budget, you will not be able to apply for future ArtReach or Toronto Arts Council grants, and may be required to pay back the entirety of your grant funds.