Fiscal Sponsorship

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Fiscal Sponsorship

The Arts & Business Council acts as a fiscal agent for start-up and small arts groups that are seeking to raise funds through grants and donor support but are not yet incorporated as 501(c) 3 organizations. If incorporation is the right next step, we educate and aid organizations during that process as part of our mission to support cultural groups throughout their development. If you are currently seeking fiscal sponsorship, contact us to learn more or download our application for fiscal sponsorship.

Meet our Current Fiscal Sponsorees

  • Art in the Park, Worcester: Public art has the power to energize our public spaces, arouse our thinking, and transform the places where we live, work, and play into beautiful and welcoming spaces that invite pause and interaction. Art in the Park is an extraordinary biennial exhibition of sculptures by New England artists at Worcester’s historic Elm Park.
  • Battle of the Biotech Bands: A fun, community-driven, networking event, Battle of the Biotech Bands features bands associated with Boston-based biotech companies competing to raise money for a charitable foundation of their choosing. The Battle of the Biotech Bands will be taking a hiatus for the 2016 year but will be back and rocking for the 4th annual event in 2017!
  • Butterfly Music Transgender Chorus: The Butterfly Music Transgender Chorus empowers and supports the transgender community through music, as well as outreach and research, so that transgender people are able to build community and lead happier and more integrated lives.

Previous Fiscal Sponsorees

  • Convergence Ensemble: This diverse group of instrumentalists and artists is committed to engaging audiences, inspiring local pride, and strengthening the collaborative artistic connections between our various Boston neighborhoods. The ensemble offers compelling concerts featuring seldom-heard instrumental and vocal works, as well as the classics of chamber music repertoire.