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Community Grants

Grants applications will be live until May 20th. 

Please note applicants must be a 501C3, Apex based or serving Apex residents.

Applicants may apply for three consecutive years before being asked to take a least a one year break before applying again. 

Application link here.

What's The Impact?

In 2012 the festival commission started awarding community grants. Since starting the program we've given back over $400,000 into the community. 

Two of our larger community grants helped fund the Rodgers Skate Park & Town Clock- 911 Memorial in Downtown Apex. 

Most of the grants are awarded to non-profits, agencies or programs making a difference for youth or as part of an arts program. 

Every effort is made to award local programs in Apex or that serve Apex residents. 

As part of the application process, each recipient can only apply 3 consecutive years before taking a year off from applying. 

Images featured here were provided by some of our 2023 grant recipients. Follow our Facebook & LinkedIn pages to learn more about how each organization spent their grant money.

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2023 Grant Recipient Gallery

The Vine- Blue Lights College
Western Wake Crisis Ministry Food Pantry
Apex Public School Foundation Teacher Grants
White Oak Foundation Summer Enrichment Camp
Triple T Foundation for Breast Cancer
Apex Police Summer Enrichment Camp
Shield North Carolina
Alley Cats & Angels 


Apex Middle School

Garden Club


Apex Farmer's Market

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