Thursday, 21 April 2011


 Are interested in public television as an educational medium. Grants primarily provide partial support for major educational series assured of national airing by PBS. Consideration will also be given from time to time to single stand-alone programs of exceptional merit; however, trustees prefer series with lasting educational value. The contribution to students in grades K-12, higher and continuing education is a consideration in evaluating competing proposals. Children’s series are of particular interest. Consideration also will be given to innovative uses of public television (including online efforts) to enhance educational outreach in schools and communities. Initial research and pre-production funding are seldom supported. Neither multi-year nor annual funding of continuing series are normally considered. The foundations prefer proposals for “capstone” grants that assure completion of production funding. Recent “capstone" production grants have ranged from $100,000 to $500,000.

Contact: Dr. Jonathan T. Howe, Executive Director, Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
225 Water St., Ste. 1510, Jacksonville, FL 32202
tel: 904.359.0670

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