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HOW TO APPLY

If you are interested in applying for a grant, please first review the mission statement on the About page.

 

NOTE: In the spirit of Yip's musical legacy, we only support musical theatre that provides a socially responsible message. Non-musical theater programs please do not apply.

 

The foundation provides grants between $500 and $5,000 to registered 501c3 programs. In order to apply for the grant you will need to fill out the application by clicking the Application button below.

Applicants may apply one time per year, regardless if they are funded or not. 

 

For any other questions, email yipharburginfo@gmail.com.

*GRANTS ARE REVIEWED QUARTERLY*

MEETINGS OCCUR DECEMBER, MARCH, JUNE AND SEPTEMBER

Previous Grantees

350 Eugene

All Things Are Possible Foundation 

American Central Asian Association (ACAA)

Ann Arbor Community Commons/ 

Black Arts MKE, Inc

Black Ensemble Theater

BreakFree Education

Cabin Creek Center for Work and Environmental Studies, Inc.

Campaign for Ughurs 

Catching the Dream

Cazateatro Bilingual Theatre Group

Center for Independent Documentary

City Voices

Civil Justice, Inc

Coalition of Immokalee Workers

Communities in Schools of Whatcom Skagit

Crossing Point Arts, Inc.

Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund

Die Jim Crow Records

Dignity Period

Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, Inc.

END1IN4, Inc.

Evergreen Goodwill of Northwest Washington

Inside Out Media

Keep Dreams Alive Foundation

Learning Through an Expanded Arts Program, Inc. (LEAP)

Long Island Immigration Clinic - A Ministry of the Sisters of Saint Joseph 

Midwest Innocence Project

National Domestic Workers Alliance/Families Belong Together

OPUS 1 FOUNDATION

Our Climate Voices, a fiscally-sponsored project of Power Shift Network

Outlaw Ocean Project

Protesta Productions

Rainforest Action Network (RAN)

Renaissance Newark Foundation Inc. (RNF)

RIP Medical Debt

Rock Creek Conservancy

Run Hope Work Nonprofit Organization

Silent No Longer Tennessee

Sisterhood is Global Institute d/b/a Frontline Women's Fund

Stage Left Theater Association

The Bail Project

The Men of Honor Youth Mentorship Program Inc.

The Village: A Community Musical Arts Alliance, Inc. DBA: "The Music Village"

Theater for the New City

Thurston-Santo Tomás Sister County Assoc.

Virtual Reality Institute 

Westminster at Wade DBA The Wade Center

Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice *WNPJ

Women Make Movies / “How To Power A City” 

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