Summer Camp Providers

Everything Your Organization Needs to Know About the Arts Summer Camp Grants


The Creative Pinellas Arts Summer Camp Grant was created to make it possible for young people in Pinellas County (ages 5 – 18) to have great arts and cultural experiences by attending a session of an arts summer camp at a camp provider in Pinellas County.

Qualified camp providers include non-profit 501c3 arts organizations, nonprofit organizations that offer arts programming and community centers, libraries and city programs open to the public who offer arts programming to and recruit campers among all youth, and have been offering summer camps for at least three years. While participating organization do not have to be arts focused as their primary mission, in order to qualify, the specific camp being offered has to be primarily arts related (theatre, dance, photography, music, etc.), not simply have and arts component. Each applicant can only receive a grant for one session. A session is a single program where generally the same campers attend without new campers joining during that period of time. Typically, a session is one week, of full days (7 hours) with an exception for theater camps that are sometimes longer in order to produce a show. Sessions are not the entire summer. Sessions are not overnight.

Although we would like to fund everybody who needs financial support and every eligible program, our funds are limited. Additionally, funding is based upon applicants selecting your organization’s camp. So, it is possible that some eligible organizations may not receive funding or may only receive limited funds.

Click Here for Arts Summer Camp Grant Provider Guidelines


  • Sign up as a Provider as a 501c3, County or Government organization with a qualifying Arts Summer Camp Session.  Sign Up HERE
  • We will send you a Digital Press Kit to promote the Arts Summer Camp Grant.
  • Your Name and link will appear on the Arts Summer Camp Grant homepage. 
  • Applying campers may choose your organization and arts session.
  • Your camp contact will receive an email when a camper has approval for a  grant, which will include:
    • Camper’s Name 
    • Camper’s Contact Info 
    • Camper’s Camp Session Name and Date 
  • Once you receive the email you will need to connect with the Camper for Registration
  • Go to the Summer Camp Registration form and let Creative Pinellas know the camper is registerd – Sign Up a Camper HERE
  • The camper will attend the Arts Summer Camp Session. 


  • You can choose to request funds for individual campers or multiple  registrations at one time.  
  • All requests must be placed no later than September 16, 2022
  • Creative Pinellas will pay invoices or requests for funds once: 
    • Camp starts 
    • You have confirmed camper registration 
  • Submit your invoice – HERE


  • Applications open: March 1, 2021. 
  • Applications close: Once allocated funds are depleted or by August 10, 2021. 
  • Campers must attend programs between the end of school May 26, 2022, and  the start of the new school year, August 11, 2022. 
  • Invoices due from Summer Camp providers – September 12, 2022. 


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Summer Camp Grant Forms

Summer Camp Grant Organization Sign Up

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Summer Camp Grant – Sign Up a Camper

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Submit Your Summer Camp Grant Invoice for Funds Here

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