Cleveland arts and culture
51st Annual Puerto Rican Parade & Festival. Supported in 2019 through the Cuyahoga Arts & Culture Match Fund.

Get your donations doubled for arts and culture projects in Cuyahoga County!

Have an idea to bring arts and culture to life in Cuyahoga County?

Are you an artist dreaming up a public art project? A dancer who needs money for a performance in a park? A film buff looking to host community movie screenings? Get a boost! If you have an idea to make Cuyahoga County more vibrant through the arts, you could get your donations   doubled up to $3,000   when you crowdfund your project with ioby. 

The Cuyahoga Arts & Culture Match Fund supports organizations and residents (like you!) as they make our county more vibrant and creative.  Individuals, artists, informal groups of residents, and nonprofits can all receive one-on-one fundraising coaching and dollar-for-dollar matching funds up to $3,000 on their ioby crowdfunding campaign in support of projects that bring arts and culture to Cuyahoga County residents. Share your project idea below to get started and double your dollars!

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Donate to a project and get your donation doubled, or start a project of your own to be featured here:

  • Youth Micro Intern

    Youth Maker Corp

    Fund youth residents this summer to serve as ambassadors in the Glenville neighborhood to teach digital fabrication technologies like design software, 3D printing, and electronics!

    NEEDS: $18,360 of 22,246 + Volunteers
  • MODEL Gardeners 2021

    Igniting, empowering, and unifying women and young ladies from garden to kitchen, from seed to sale.

    NEEDS: $0 of 3,209 + Volunteers
  • Cleveland Art Week 2021

    Cleveland Art Week was created to celebrate the diversity of art.  From Sunday to Saturday, families will be able to participate in various activities that will inspire, educate and support the art community. 

    NEEDS: $0 of 3,046
  • International Village Wildlife Museum

    Art Ledger is the first African-American taxidemist to own a private taxidermy business in the U.S. He is transforming his shop on West 48th Street into a museum, which will feature native Ohio wildlife.

    NEEDS: $0 of 8,325 + Volunteers