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Philadelphia Geek Awards and OACCE announce $2000 grant fund to support geeky projects

August 17, 2015 Category: Funding

To celebrate the 5th year of the Philadelphia Geek Awards, the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy is partnering with the Philadelphia Geek Awards to launch a grant fund of $2000.

The award was announced by Lindsay T. So, Research & Policy Associate at OACCE, and Eric Smith, Philadelphia Geek Awards Producer, at the Philadelphia Geek Awards this past Saturday.

The goal? The Geek Awards has always been to celebrate the great work of the local geek community, and with this award, the Philadelphia Geek Awards hopes to help advance a geeky mission or two to help make Philadelphia an even better place to be.

Both organizations and individuals can apply, and  applications will be accepted from August 15, 2015 through September 15, 2015. More info here.

Image via Kristen Gillette/Philadelphia Geek Awards program



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