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General

During the Levitt AMP webinar, the Levitt Foundation will present the goals of the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, eligibility criteria, online application process and key instructions, matching funds requirement, online public voting process, and benefits of the Levitt AMP Toolkit. At the end of the presentation, webinar participants will be able to ask questions through an online chat feature.

Category: General

In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, “[Your City]” is part of the formal name. In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, “[Your City]” is a placeholder that will be replaced by the name of each town and city where a Levitt AMP Music Series will take place. For example, if an organization located in Ann Arbor, Michigan were to receive a Levitt AMP Grant Award, the concert series they present would be formally referred to as the Levitt AMP Ann Arbor Music Series.

Category: General

Any nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, as recognized by the IRS, can apply.

Category: General

If you cannot find an answer to your question in the Levitt AMP FAQs, webinars, or website, you may email your question(s) to amp@levitt.org.

Category: General

The Levitt AMP Toolkit contains valuable resources for Levitt AMP grant recipients, such as: a sample entertainment contract; a sample press release; a hosted page on the Levitt AMP website; eblast and social media templates; Levitt AMP graphics; a list of talent managers and music agents from across the country; sample sponsorship packet; and consultation with national program staff at the Levitt Foundation.

Category: General

All applicants will be notified via email on November 21, 2017 regarding whether they are a Top 25 finalist, as determined by the online public voting process. All Top 25 finalists will be notified via email on January 2, 2018 regarding whether they are a Levitt AMP grant recipient.

Category: General

No. A town is not required to be part of a MSA in order to be eligible for the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards. If you are unsure if your town or city meets the Levitt AMP population eligibility criteria, you may email your town/city name, county and state to amp@levitt.org and the Levitt Foundation will respond letting you know whether your town or city is eligible.

Category: General

Absolutely not! Towns and cities of all population sizes up to 400,000 are encouraged to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. All applicants will need to encourage their communities and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for their proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series. The Top 25 finalists will be weighed equally, regardless of population size, based on the quality of their application. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining the 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

The Top 25 finalists will be determined by an online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017. The 25 applicants that receive the most votes during the online public voting period will be announced as the Top 25 finalists on November 21, 2017. The Levitt Foundation will provide applicants with sample social media posts, a customized image and a press release that can be sent to your contacts asking them to vote for your proposal. Be sure to rally your community and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for your proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series!

Category: General

An online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017 will determine the Top 25 finalists. The Levitt Foundation will then review the Top 25 applications in December and up to 15 selected Levitt AMP grant recipients will be announced on January 2, 2018. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining up to 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

No. Only organizations with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status are eligible to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. If your organization is a not-for-profit entity, you may qualify to be a partner organization as part of an application submitted by an organization that is already recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

Category: General

Yes. Current Levitt AMP grantees may reapply each year.

Category: General

Yes. Funders and sponsors which are providing contributions, both cash and in-kind, to help make your Levitt AMP Music Series possible should absolutely be recognized for their meaningful support. Their logos can appear on your concert series marketing materials, including brochures, banners, flyers, t-shirts, etc., as well as on the Levitt AMP website which hosts a web page for each Levitt AMP Music Series. Series supporters can also be recognized during pre- and post-concert stage announcements and through visibility created through customized on-site recognition opportunities.

Category: General

Yes. Your Levitt AMP Music Series may have alcohol sponsors, however presenting or title sponsors of your concert series may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind.

Category: General

No. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” No other organization or company name may appear in the series name. Presenting organizations and title sponsors can be recognized as follows: “Downtown Partnership presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” or “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presented by XYZ Company.” Presenting organizations and title sponsors may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind. Note: your Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series may only have one presenting sponsor, organization, or previous series name associated with the name of the concert series. For example, “XYZ Company presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series supported by ABC, Inc.” and “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presents Music on Main presented by ABC, Inc.” are not acceptable.

Category: General

Yes. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their entire concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” However, the name of your current series may be combined with “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” upon approval from the Levitt Foundation. For example, “Levitt AMP Denison Music Series presents Music on Main.” Note: there may only be one sponsor, organization, previous series name, etc. associated with “presenting” recognition.

Category: General

Yes. You may apply for a Levitt AMP Grant Award to expand or enhance an already existing concert series such as increasing the number of concerts in the series, expanding the diversity of the music lineup, elevating the caliber of artists presented, and/or activating community engagement strategies. However, the entire concert series must be called the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, it must meet all of the Levitt AMP Eligibility Criteria and it must comply with the Levitt AMP Official Rules.

Category: General

All Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series must take place in a public space that is at least 75 miles away from an existing Levitt venue. This expands the reach of free Levitt concerts by providing people who live beyond the areas already served by Levitt venues with access to high quality, free outdoor concerts.

Category: General

You can choose whether you would like to apply separately or together, however it is important to note that an entity can only be affiliated with one Levitt AMP application either as a primary organization or as a partner. For example, if your local chamber of commerce has agreed to partner with another organization in your community that is also applying, it cannot partner with your organization as well. Also, an organization cannot apply as a primary applicant on one application and as a partner on another application.

Category: General

Yes. All application submissions will be reviewed during the first two weeks of October. Factors such as application completion, eligibility, and alignment with the Levitt AMP goals will determine which applicants will advance to the November voting phase. If multiple applications from the same city are selected to advance to the voting phase, the Levitt Foundation will notify each applicant accordingly. Applicants from the same city will then have the option to either advance to the voting phase separately, or collaborate and submit one revised application with one primary applicant and the other applicants as partners; this revised application would then be displayed on the Levitt AMP website as a single proposal during the online public voting period.

Category: General


General

During the Levitt AMP webinar, the Levitt Foundation will present the goals of the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, eligibility criteria, online application process and key instructions, matching funds requirement, online public voting process, and benefits of the Levitt AMP Toolkit. At the end of the presentation, webinar participants will be able to ask questions through an online chat feature.

Category: General

In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, “[Your City]” is part of the formal name. In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, “[Your City]” is a placeholder that will be replaced by the name of each town and city where a Levitt AMP Music Series will take place. For example, if an organization located in Ann Arbor, Michigan were to receive a Levitt AMP Grant Award, the concert series they present would be formally referred to as the Levitt AMP Ann Arbor Music Series.

Category: General

Any nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, as recognized by the IRS, can apply.

Category: General

If you cannot find an answer to your question in the Levitt AMP FAQs, webinars, or website, you may email your question(s) to amp@levitt.org.

Category: General

The Levitt AMP Toolkit contains valuable resources for Levitt AMP grant recipients, such as: a sample entertainment contract; a sample press release; a hosted page on the Levitt AMP website; eblast and social media templates; Levitt AMP graphics; a list of talent managers and music agents from across the country; sample sponsorship packet; and consultation with national program staff at the Levitt Foundation.

Category: General

All applicants will be notified via email on November 21, 2017 regarding whether they are a Top 25 finalist, as determined by the online public voting process. All Top 25 finalists will be notified via email on January 2, 2018 regarding whether they are a Levitt AMP grant recipient.

Category: General

No. A town is not required to be part of a MSA in order to be eligible for the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards. If you are unsure if your town or city meets the Levitt AMP population eligibility criteria, you may email your town/city name, county and state to amp@levitt.org and the Levitt Foundation will respond letting you know whether your town or city is eligible.

Category: General

Absolutely not! Towns and cities of all population sizes up to 400,000 are encouraged to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. All applicants will need to encourage their communities and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for their proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series. The Top 25 finalists will be weighed equally, regardless of population size, based on the quality of their application. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining the 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

The Top 25 finalists will be determined by an online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017. The 25 applicants that receive the most votes during the online public voting period will be announced as the Top 25 finalists on November 21, 2017. The Levitt Foundation will provide applicants with sample social media posts, a customized image and a press release that can be sent to your contacts asking them to vote for your proposal. Be sure to rally your community and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for your proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series!

Category: General

An online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017 will determine the Top 25 finalists. The Levitt Foundation will then review the Top 25 applications in December and up to 15 selected Levitt AMP grant recipients will be announced on January 2, 2018. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining up to 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

No. Only organizations with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status are eligible to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. If your organization is a not-for-profit entity, you may qualify to be a partner organization as part of an application submitted by an organization that is already recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

Category: General

Yes. Current Levitt AMP grantees may reapply each year.

Category: General

Yes. Funders and sponsors which are providing contributions, both cash and in-kind, to help make your Levitt AMP Music Series possible should absolutely be recognized for their meaningful support. Their logos can appear on your concert series marketing materials, including brochures, banners, flyers, t-shirts, etc., as well as on the Levitt AMP website which hosts a web page for each Levitt AMP Music Series. Series supporters can also be recognized during pre- and post-concert stage announcements and through visibility created through customized on-site recognition opportunities.

Category: General

Yes. Your Levitt AMP Music Series may have alcohol sponsors, however presenting or title sponsors of your concert series may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind.

Category: General

No. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” No other organization or company name may appear in the series name. Presenting organizations and title sponsors can be recognized as follows: “Downtown Partnership presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” or “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presented by XYZ Company.” Presenting organizations and title sponsors may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind. Note: your Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series may only have one presenting sponsor, organization, or previous series name associated with the name of the concert series. For example, “XYZ Company presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series supported by ABC, Inc.” and “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presents Music on Main presented by ABC, Inc.” are not acceptable.

Category: General

Yes. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their entire concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” However, the name of your current series may be combined with “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” upon approval from the Levitt Foundation. For example, “Levitt AMP Denison Music Series presents Music on Main.” Note: there may only be one sponsor, organization, previous series name, etc. associated with “presenting” recognition.

Category: General

Yes. You may apply for a Levitt AMP Grant Award to expand or enhance an already existing concert series such as increasing the number of concerts in the series, expanding the diversity of the music lineup, elevating the caliber of artists presented, and/or activating community engagement strategies. However, the entire concert series must be called the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, it must meet all of the Levitt AMP Eligibility Criteria and it must comply with the Levitt AMP Official Rules.

Category: General

All Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series must take place in a public space that is at least 75 miles away from an existing Levitt venue. This expands the reach of free Levitt concerts by providing people who live beyond the areas already served by Levitt venues with access to high quality, free outdoor concerts.

Category: General

You can choose whether you would like to apply separately or together, however it is important to note that an entity can only be affiliated with one Levitt AMP application either as a primary organization or as a partner. For example, if your local chamber of commerce has agreed to partner with another organization in your community that is also applying, it cannot partner with your organization as well. Also, an organization cannot apply as a primary applicant on one application and as a partner on another application.

Category: General

Yes. All application submissions will be reviewed during the first two weeks of October. Factors such as application completion, eligibility, and alignment with the Levitt AMP goals will determine which applicants will advance to the November voting phase. If multiple applications from the same city are selected to advance to the voting phase, the Levitt Foundation will notify each applicant accordingly. Applicants from the same city will then have the option to either advance to the voting phase separately, or collaborate and submit one revised application with one primary applicant and the other applicants as partners; this revised application would then be displayed on the Levitt AMP website as a single proposal during the online public voting period.

Category: General


General

During the Levitt AMP webinar, the Levitt Foundation will present the goals of the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, eligibility criteria, online application process and key instructions, matching funds requirement, online public voting process, and benefits of the Levitt AMP Toolkit. At the end of the presentation, webinar participants will be able to ask questions through an online chat feature.

Category: General

In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, “[Your City]” is part of the formal name. In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, “[Your City]” is a placeholder that will be replaced by the name of each town and city where a Levitt AMP Music Series will take place. For example, if an organization located in Ann Arbor, Michigan were to receive a Levitt AMP Grant Award, the concert series they present would be formally referred to as the Levitt AMP Ann Arbor Music Series.

Category: General

Any nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, as recognized by the IRS, can apply.

Category: General

If you cannot find an answer to your question in the Levitt AMP FAQs, webinars, or website, you may email your question(s) to amp@levitt.org.

Category: General

The Levitt AMP Toolkit contains valuable resources for Levitt AMP grant recipients, such as: a sample entertainment contract; a sample press release; a hosted page on the Levitt AMP website; eblast and social media templates; Levitt AMP graphics; a list of talent managers and music agents from across the country; sample sponsorship packet; and consultation with national program staff at the Levitt Foundation.

Category: General

All applicants will be notified via email on November 21, 2017 regarding whether they are a Top 25 finalist, as determined by the online public voting process. All Top 25 finalists will be notified via email on January 2, 2018 regarding whether they are a Levitt AMP grant recipient.

Category: General

No. A town is not required to be part of a MSA in order to be eligible for the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards. If you are unsure if your town or city meets the Levitt AMP population eligibility criteria, you may email your town/city name, county and state to amp@levitt.org and the Levitt Foundation will respond letting you know whether your town or city is eligible.

Category: General

Absolutely not! Towns and cities of all population sizes up to 400,000 are encouraged to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. All applicants will need to encourage their communities and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for their proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series. The Top 25 finalists will be weighed equally, regardless of population size, based on the quality of their application. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining the 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

The Top 25 finalists will be determined by an online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017. The 25 applicants that receive the most votes during the online public voting period will be announced as the Top 25 finalists on November 21, 2017. The Levitt Foundation will provide applicants with sample social media posts, a customized image and a press release that can be sent to your contacts asking them to vote for your proposal. Be sure to rally your community and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for your proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series!

Category: General

An online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017 will determine the Top 25 finalists. The Levitt Foundation will then review the Top 25 applications in December and up to 15 selected Levitt AMP grant recipients will be announced on January 2, 2018. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining up to 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

No. Only organizations with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status are eligible to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. If your organization is a not-for-profit entity, you may qualify to be a partner organization as part of an application submitted by an organization that is already recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

Category: General

Yes. Current Levitt AMP grantees may reapply each year.

Category: General

Yes. Funders and sponsors which are providing contributions, both cash and in-kind, to help make your Levitt AMP Music Series possible should absolutely be recognized for their meaningful support. Their logos can appear on your concert series marketing materials, including brochures, banners, flyers, t-shirts, etc., as well as on the Levitt AMP website which hosts a web page for each Levitt AMP Music Series. Series supporters can also be recognized during pre- and post-concert stage announcements and through visibility created through customized on-site recognition opportunities.

Category: General

Yes. Your Levitt AMP Music Series may have alcohol sponsors, however presenting or title sponsors of your concert series may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind.

Category: General

No. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” No other organization or company name may appear in the series name. Presenting organizations and title sponsors can be recognized as follows: “Downtown Partnership presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” or “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presented by XYZ Company.” Presenting organizations and title sponsors may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind. Note: your Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series may only have one presenting sponsor, organization, or previous series name associated with the name of the concert series. For example, “XYZ Company presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series supported by ABC, Inc.” and “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presents Music on Main presented by ABC, Inc.” are not acceptable.

Category: General

Yes. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their entire concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” However, the name of your current series may be combined with “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” upon approval from the Levitt Foundation. For example, “Levitt AMP Denison Music Series presents Music on Main.” Note: there may only be one sponsor, organization, previous series name, etc. associated with “presenting” recognition.

Category: General

Yes. You may apply for a Levitt AMP Grant Award to expand or enhance an already existing concert series such as increasing the number of concerts in the series, expanding the diversity of the music lineup, elevating the caliber of artists presented, and/or activating community engagement strategies. However, the entire concert series must be called the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, it must meet all of the Levitt AMP Eligibility Criteria and it must comply with the Levitt AMP Official Rules.

Category: General

All Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series must take place in a public space that is at least 75 miles away from an existing Levitt venue. This expands the reach of free Levitt concerts by providing people who live beyond the areas already served by Levitt venues with access to high quality, free outdoor concerts.

Category: General

You can choose whether you would like to apply separately or together, however it is important to note that an entity can only be affiliated with one Levitt AMP application either as a primary organization or as a partner. For example, if your local chamber of commerce has agreed to partner with another organization in your community that is also applying, it cannot partner with your organization as well. Also, an organization cannot apply as a primary applicant on one application and as a partner on another application.

Category: General

Yes. All application submissions will be reviewed during the first two weeks of October. Factors such as application completion, eligibility, and alignment with the Levitt AMP goals will determine which applicants will advance to the November voting phase. If multiple applications from the same city are selected to advance to the voting phase, the Levitt Foundation will notify each applicant accordingly. Applicants from the same city will then have the option to either advance to the voting phase separately, or collaborate and submit one revised application with one primary applicant and the other applicants as partners; this revised application would then be displayed on the Levitt AMP website as a single proposal during the online public voting period.

Category: General


General

During the Levitt AMP webinar, the Levitt Foundation will present the goals of the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, eligibility criteria, online application process and key instructions, matching funds requirement, online public voting process, and benefits of the Levitt AMP Toolkit. At the end of the presentation, webinar participants will be able to ask questions through an online chat feature.

Category: General

In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, “[Your City]” is part of the formal name. In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, “[Your City]” is a placeholder that will be replaced by the name of each town and city where a Levitt AMP Music Series will take place. For example, if an organization located in Ann Arbor, Michigan were to receive a Levitt AMP Grant Award, the concert series they present would be formally referred to as the Levitt AMP Ann Arbor Music Series.

Category: General

Any nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, as recognized by the IRS, can apply.

Category: General

If you cannot find an answer to your question in the Levitt AMP FAQs, webinars, or website, you may email your question(s) to amp@levitt.org.

Category: General

The Levitt AMP Toolkit contains valuable resources for Levitt AMP grant recipients, such as: a sample entertainment contract; a sample press release; a hosted page on the Levitt AMP website; eblast and social media templates; Levitt AMP graphics; a list of talent managers and music agents from across the country; sample sponsorship packet; and consultation with national program staff at the Levitt Foundation.

Category: General

All applicants will be notified via email on November 21, 2017 regarding whether they are a Top 25 finalist, as determined by the online public voting process. All Top 25 finalists will be notified via email on January 2, 2018 regarding whether they are a Levitt AMP grant recipient.

Category: General

No. A town is not required to be part of a MSA in order to be eligible for the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards. If you are unsure if your town or city meets the Levitt AMP population eligibility criteria, you may email your town/city name, county and state to amp@levitt.org and the Levitt Foundation will respond letting you know whether your town or city is eligible.

Category: General

Absolutely not! Towns and cities of all population sizes up to 400,000 are encouraged to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. All applicants will need to encourage their communities and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for their proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series. The Top 25 finalists will be weighed equally, regardless of population size, based on the quality of their application. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining the 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

The Top 25 finalists will be determined by an online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017. The 25 applicants that receive the most votes during the online public voting period will be announced as the Top 25 finalists on November 21, 2017. The Levitt Foundation will provide applicants with sample social media posts, a customized image and a press release that can be sent to your contacts asking them to vote for your proposal. Be sure to rally your community and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for your proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series!

Category: General

An online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017 will determine the Top 25 finalists. The Levitt Foundation will then review the Top 25 applications in December and up to 15 selected Levitt AMP grant recipients will be announced on January 2, 2018. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining up to 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

No. Only organizations with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status are eligible to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. If your organization is a not-for-profit entity, you may qualify to be a partner organization as part of an application submitted by an organization that is already recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

Category: General

Yes. Current Levitt AMP grantees may reapply each year.

Category: General

Yes. Funders and sponsors which are providing contributions, both cash and in-kind, to help make your Levitt AMP Music Series possible should absolutely be recognized for their meaningful support. Their logos can appear on your concert series marketing materials, including brochures, banners, flyers, t-shirts, etc., as well as on the Levitt AMP website which hosts a web page for each Levitt AMP Music Series. Series supporters can also be recognized during pre- and post-concert stage announcements and through visibility created through customized on-site recognition opportunities.

Category: General

Yes. Your Levitt AMP Music Series may have alcohol sponsors, however presenting or title sponsors of your concert series may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind.

Category: General

No. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” No other organization or company name may appear in the series name. Presenting organizations and title sponsors can be recognized as follows: “Downtown Partnership presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” or “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presented by XYZ Company.” Presenting organizations and title sponsors may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind. Note: your Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series may only have one presenting sponsor, organization, or previous series name associated with the name of the concert series. For example, “XYZ Company presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series supported by ABC, Inc.” and “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presents Music on Main presented by ABC, Inc.” are not acceptable.

Category: General

Yes. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their entire concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” However, the name of your current series may be combined with “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” upon approval from the Levitt Foundation. For example, “Levitt AMP Denison Music Series presents Music on Main.” Note: there may only be one sponsor, organization, previous series name, etc. associated with “presenting” recognition.

Category: General

Yes. You may apply for a Levitt AMP Grant Award to expand or enhance an already existing concert series such as increasing the number of concerts in the series, expanding the diversity of the music lineup, elevating the caliber of artists presented, and/or activating community engagement strategies. However, the entire concert series must be called the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, it must meet all of the Levitt AMP Eligibility Criteria and it must comply with the Levitt AMP Official Rules.

Category: General

All Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series must take place in a public space that is at least 75 miles away from an existing Levitt venue. This expands the reach of free Levitt concerts by providing people who live beyond the areas already served by Levitt venues with access to high quality, free outdoor concerts.

Category: General

You can choose whether you would like to apply separately or together, however it is important to note that an entity can only be affiliated with one Levitt AMP application either as a primary organization or as a partner. For example, if your local chamber of commerce has agreed to partner with another organization in your community that is also applying, it cannot partner with your organization as well. Also, an organization cannot apply as a primary applicant on one application and as a partner on another application.

Category: General

Yes. All application submissions will be reviewed during the first two weeks of October. Factors such as application completion, eligibility, and alignment with the Levitt AMP goals will determine which applicants will advance to the November voting phase. If multiple applications from the same city are selected to advance to the voting phase, the Levitt Foundation will notify each applicant accordingly. Applicants from the same city will then have the option to either advance to the voting phase separately, or collaborate and submit one revised application with one primary applicant and the other applicants as partners; this revised application would then be displayed on the Levitt AMP website as a single proposal during the online public voting period.

Category: General


General

During the Levitt AMP webinar, the Levitt Foundation will present the goals of the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, eligibility criteria, online application process and key instructions, matching funds requirement, online public voting process, and benefits of the Levitt AMP Toolkit. At the end of the presentation, webinar participants will be able to ask questions through an online chat feature.

Category: General

In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, “[Your City]” is part of the formal name. In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, “[Your City]” is a placeholder that will be replaced by the name of each town and city where a Levitt AMP Music Series will take place. For example, if an organization located in Ann Arbor, Michigan were to receive a Levitt AMP Grant Award, the concert series they present would be formally referred to as the Levitt AMP Ann Arbor Music Series.

Category: General

Any nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, as recognized by the IRS, can apply.

Category: General

If you cannot find an answer to your question in the Levitt AMP FAQs, webinars, or website, you may email your question(s) to amp@levitt.org.

Category: General

The Levitt AMP Toolkit contains valuable resources for Levitt AMP grant recipients, such as: a sample entertainment contract; a sample press release; a hosted page on the Levitt AMP website; eblast and social media templates; Levitt AMP graphics; a list of talent managers and music agents from across the country; sample sponsorship packet; and consultation with national program staff at the Levitt Foundation.

Category: General

All applicants will be notified via email on November 21, 2017 regarding whether they are a Top 25 finalist, as determined by the online public voting process. All Top 25 finalists will be notified via email on January 2, 2018 regarding whether they are a Levitt AMP grant recipient.

Category: General

No. A town is not required to be part of a MSA in order to be eligible for the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards. If you are unsure if your town or city meets the Levitt AMP population eligibility criteria, you may email your town/city name, county and state to amp@levitt.org and the Levitt Foundation will respond letting you know whether your town or city is eligible.

Category: General

Absolutely not! Towns and cities of all population sizes up to 400,000 are encouraged to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. All applicants will need to encourage their communities and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for their proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series. The Top 25 finalists will be weighed equally, regardless of population size, based on the quality of their application. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining the 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

The Top 25 finalists will be determined by an online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017. The 25 applicants that receive the most votes during the online public voting period will be announced as the Top 25 finalists on November 21, 2017. The Levitt Foundation will provide applicants with sample social media posts, a customized image and a press release that can be sent to your contacts asking them to vote for your proposal. Be sure to rally your community and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for your proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series!

Category: General

An online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017 will determine the Top 25 finalists. The Levitt Foundation will then review the Top 25 applications in December and up to 15 selected Levitt AMP grant recipients will be announced on January 2, 2018. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining up to 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

No. Only organizations with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status are eligible to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. If your organization is a not-for-profit entity, you may qualify to be a partner organization as part of an application submitted by an organization that is already recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

Category: General

Yes. Current Levitt AMP grantees may reapply each year.

Category: General

Yes. Funders and sponsors which are providing contributions, both cash and in-kind, to help make your Levitt AMP Music Series possible should absolutely be recognized for their meaningful support. Their logos can appear on your concert series marketing materials, including brochures, banners, flyers, t-shirts, etc., as well as on the Levitt AMP website which hosts a web page for each Levitt AMP Music Series. Series supporters can also be recognized during pre- and post-concert stage announcements and through visibility created through customized on-site recognition opportunities.

Category: General

Yes. Your Levitt AMP Music Series may have alcohol sponsors, however presenting or title sponsors of your concert series may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind.

Category: General

No. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” No other organization or company name may appear in the series name. Presenting organizations and title sponsors can be recognized as follows: “Downtown Partnership presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” or “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presented by XYZ Company.” Presenting organizations and title sponsors may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind. Note: your Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series may only have one presenting sponsor, organization, or previous series name associated with the name of the concert series. For example, “XYZ Company presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series supported by ABC, Inc.” and “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presents Music on Main presented by ABC, Inc.” are not acceptable.

Category: General

Yes. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their entire concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” However, the name of your current series may be combined with “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” upon approval from the Levitt Foundation. For example, “Levitt AMP Denison Music Series presents Music on Main.” Note: there may only be one sponsor, organization, previous series name, etc. associated with “presenting” recognition.

Category: General

Yes. You may apply for a Levitt AMP Grant Award to expand or enhance an already existing concert series such as increasing the number of concerts in the series, expanding the diversity of the music lineup, elevating the caliber of artists presented, and/or activating community engagement strategies. However, the entire concert series must be called the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, it must meet all of the Levitt AMP Eligibility Criteria and it must comply with the Levitt AMP Official Rules.

Category: General

All Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series must take place in a public space that is at least 75 miles away from an existing Levitt venue. This expands the reach of free Levitt concerts by providing people who live beyond the areas already served by Levitt venues with access to high quality, free outdoor concerts.

Category: General

You can choose whether you would like to apply separately or together, however it is important to note that an entity can only be affiliated with one Levitt AMP application either as a primary organization or as a partner. For example, if your local chamber of commerce has agreed to partner with another organization in your community that is also applying, it cannot partner with your organization as well. Also, an organization cannot apply as a primary applicant on one application and as a partner on another application.

Category: General

Yes. All application submissions will be reviewed during the first two weeks of October. Factors such as application completion, eligibility, and alignment with the Levitt AMP goals will determine which applicants will advance to the November voting phase. If multiple applications from the same city are selected to advance to the voting phase, the Levitt Foundation will notify each applicant accordingly. Applicants from the same city will then have the option to either advance to the voting phase separately, or collaborate and submit one revised application with one primary applicant and the other applicants as partners; this revised application would then be displayed on the Levitt AMP website as a single proposal during the online public voting period.

Category: General


General

During the Levitt AMP webinar, the Levitt Foundation will present the goals of the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, eligibility criteria, online application process and key instructions, matching funds requirement, online public voting process, and benefits of the Levitt AMP Toolkit. At the end of the presentation, webinar participants will be able to ask questions through an online chat feature.

Category: General

In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, “[Your City]” is part of the formal name. In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, “[Your City]” is a placeholder that will be replaced by the name of each town and city where a Levitt AMP Music Series will take place. For example, if an organization located in Ann Arbor, Michigan were to receive a Levitt AMP Grant Award, the concert series they present would be formally referred to as the Levitt AMP Ann Arbor Music Series.

Category: General

Any nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, as recognized by the IRS, can apply.

Category: General

If you cannot find an answer to your question in the Levitt AMP FAQs, webinars, or website, you may email your question(s) to amp@levitt.org.

Category: General

The Levitt AMP Toolkit contains valuable resources for Levitt AMP grant recipients, such as: a sample entertainment contract; a sample press release; a hosted page on the Levitt AMP website; eblast and social media templates; Levitt AMP graphics; a list of talent managers and music agents from across the country; sample sponsorship packet; and consultation with national program staff at the Levitt Foundation.

Category: General

All applicants will be notified via email on November 21, 2017 regarding whether they are a Top 25 finalist, as determined by the online public voting process. All Top 25 finalists will be notified via email on January 2, 2018 regarding whether they are a Levitt AMP grant recipient.

Category: General

No. A town is not required to be part of a MSA in order to be eligible for the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards. If you are unsure if your town or city meets the Levitt AMP population eligibility criteria, you may email your town/city name, county and state to amp@levitt.org and the Levitt Foundation will respond letting you know whether your town or city is eligible.

Category: General

Absolutely not! Towns and cities of all population sizes up to 400,000 are encouraged to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. All applicants will need to encourage their communities and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for their proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series. The Top 25 finalists will be weighed equally, regardless of population size, based on the quality of their application. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining the 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

The Top 25 finalists will be determined by an online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017. The 25 applicants that receive the most votes during the online public voting period will be announced as the Top 25 finalists on November 21, 2017. The Levitt Foundation will provide applicants with sample social media posts, a customized image and a press release that can be sent to your contacts asking them to vote for your proposal. Be sure to rally your community and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for your proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series!

Category: General

An online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017 will determine the Top 25 finalists. The Levitt Foundation will then review the Top 25 applications in December and up to 15 selected Levitt AMP grant recipients will be announced on January 2, 2018. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining up to 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

No. Only organizations with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status are eligible to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. If your organization is a not-for-profit entity, you may qualify to be a partner organization as part of an application submitted by an organization that is already recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

Category: General

Yes. Current Levitt AMP grantees may reapply each year.

Category: General

Yes. Funders and sponsors which are providing contributions, both cash and in-kind, to help make your Levitt AMP Music Series possible should absolutely be recognized for their meaningful support. Their logos can appear on your concert series marketing materials, including brochures, banners, flyers, t-shirts, etc., as well as on the Levitt AMP website which hosts a web page for each Levitt AMP Music Series. Series supporters can also be recognized during pre- and post-concert stage announcements and through visibility created through customized on-site recognition opportunities.

Category: General

Yes. Your Levitt AMP Music Series may have alcohol sponsors, however presenting or title sponsors of your concert series may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind.

Category: General

No. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” No other organization or company name may appear in the series name. Presenting organizations and title sponsors can be recognized as follows: “Downtown Partnership presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” or “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presented by XYZ Company.” Presenting organizations and title sponsors may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind. Note: your Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series may only have one presenting sponsor, organization, or previous series name associated with the name of the concert series. For example, “XYZ Company presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series supported by ABC, Inc.” and “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presents Music on Main presented by ABC, Inc.” are not acceptable.

Category: General

Yes. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their entire concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” However, the name of your current series may be combined with “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” upon approval from the Levitt Foundation. For example, “Levitt AMP Denison Music Series presents Music on Main.” Note: there may only be one sponsor, organization, previous series name, etc. associated with “presenting” recognition.

Category: General

Yes. You may apply for a Levitt AMP Grant Award to expand or enhance an already existing concert series such as increasing the number of concerts in the series, expanding the diversity of the music lineup, elevating the caliber of artists presented, and/or activating community engagement strategies. However, the entire concert series must be called the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, it must meet all of the Levitt AMP Eligibility Criteria and it must comply with the Levitt AMP Official Rules.

Category: General

All Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series must take place in a public space that is at least 75 miles away from an existing Levitt venue. This expands the reach of free Levitt concerts by providing people who live beyond the areas already served by Levitt venues with access to high quality, free outdoor concerts.

Category: General

You can choose whether you would like to apply separately or together, however it is important to note that an entity can only be affiliated with one Levitt AMP application either as a primary organization or as a partner. For example, if your local chamber of commerce has agreed to partner with another organization in your community that is also applying, it cannot partner with your organization as well. Also, an organization cannot apply as a primary applicant on one application and as a partner on another application.

Category: General

Yes. All application submissions will be reviewed during the first two weeks of October. Factors such as application completion, eligibility, and alignment with the Levitt AMP goals will determine which applicants will advance to the November voting phase. If multiple applications from the same city are selected to advance to the voting phase, the Levitt Foundation will notify each applicant accordingly. Applicants from the same city will then have the option to either advance to the voting phase separately, or collaborate and submit one revised application with one primary applicant and the other applicants as partners; this revised application would then be displayed on the Levitt AMP website as a single proposal during the online public voting period.

Category: General


General

During the Levitt AMP webinar, the Levitt Foundation will present the goals of the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, eligibility criteria, online application process and key instructions, matching funds requirement, online public voting process, and benefits of the Levitt AMP Toolkit. At the end of the presentation, webinar participants will be able to ask questions through an online chat feature.

Category: General

In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, “[Your City]” is part of the formal name. In the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, “[Your City]” is a placeholder that will be replaced by the name of each town and city where a Levitt AMP Music Series will take place. For example, if an organization located in Ann Arbor, Michigan were to receive a Levitt AMP Grant Award, the concert series they present would be formally referred to as the Levitt AMP Ann Arbor Music Series.

Category: General

Any nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, as recognized by the IRS, can apply.

Category: General

If you cannot find an answer to your question in the Levitt AMP FAQs, webinars, or website, you may email your question(s) to amp@levitt.org.

Category: General

The Levitt AMP Toolkit contains valuable resources for Levitt AMP grant recipients, such as: a sample entertainment contract; a sample press release; a hosted page on the Levitt AMP website; eblast and social media templates; Levitt AMP graphics; a list of talent managers and music agents from across the country; sample sponsorship packet; and consultation with national program staff at the Levitt Foundation.

Category: General

All applicants will be notified via email on November 21, 2017 regarding whether they are a Top 25 finalist, as determined by the online public voting process. All Top 25 finalists will be notified via email on January 2, 2018 regarding whether they are a Levitt AMP grant recipient.

Category: General

No. A town is not required to be part of a MSA in order to be eligible for the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards. If you are unsure if your town or city meets the Levitt AMP population eligibility criteria, you may email your town/city name, county and state to amp@levitt.org and the Levitt Foundation will respond letting you know whether your town or city is eligible.

Category: General

Absolutely not! Towns and cities of all population sizes up to 400,000 are encouraged to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. All applicants will need to encourage their communities and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for their proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series. The Top 25 finalists will be weighed equally, regardless of population size, based on the quality of their application. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining the 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

The Top 25 finalists will be determined by an online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017. The 25 applicants that receive the most votes during the online public voting period will be announced as the Top 25 finalists on November 21, 2017. The Levitt Foundation will provide applicants with sample social media posts, a customized image and a press release that can be sent to your contacts asking them to vote for your proposal. Be sure to rally your community and networks—including family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors—to vote online for your proposed Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series!

Category: General

An online public voting process taking place between November 1-20, 2017 will determine the Top 25 finalists. The Levitt Foundation will then review the Top 25 applications in December and up to 15 selected Levitt AMP grant recipients will be announced on January 2, 2018. Please refer to the About page of the Levitt AMP website to review the factors which will guide the Levitt Foundation in determining up to 15 Levitt AMP grant recipients. Competitive applications will reflect the core values of the Levitt Foundation and our mission of community through music.

Category: General

No. Only organizations with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status are eligible to apply for a Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award. If your organization is a not-for-profit entity, you may qualify to be a partner organization as part of an application submitted by an organization that is already recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

Category: General

Yes. Current Levitt AMP grantees may reapply each year.

Category: General

Yes. Funders and sponsors which are providing contributions, both cash and in-kind, to help make your Levitt AMP Music Series possible should absolutely be recognized for their meaningful support. Their logos can appear on your concert series marketing materials, including brochures, banners, flyers, t-shirts, etc., as well as on the Levitt AMP website which hosts a web page for each Levitt AMP Music Series. Series supporters can also be recognized during pre- and post-concert stage announcements and through visibility created through customized on-site recognition opportunities.

Category: General

Yes. Your Levitt AMP Music Series may have alcohol sponsors, however presenting or title sponsors of your concert series may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind.

Category: General

No. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” No other organization or company name may appear in the series name. Presenting organizations and title sponsors can be recognized as follows: “Downtown Partnership presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” or “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presented by XYZ Company.” Presenting organizations and title sponsors may not be an alcohol company or brand, including beer, wine, and liquor as well as any alcohol-focused stores or brands of any kind. Note: your Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series may only have one presenting sponsor, organization, or previous series name associated with the name of the concert series. For example, “XYZ Company presents the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series supported by ABC, Inc.” and “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series presents Music on Main presented by ABC, Inc.” are not acceptable.

Category: General

Yes. Every Levitt AMP grant recipient must name their entire concert series “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series.” However, the name of your current series may be combined with “Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series” upon approval from the Levitt Foundation. For example, “Levitt AMP Denison Music Series presents Music on Main.” Note: there may only be one sponsor, organization, previous series name, etc. associated with “presenting” recognition.

Category: General

Yes. You may apply for a Levitt AMP Grant Award to expand or enhance an already existing concert series such as increasing the number of concerts in the series, expanding the diversity of the music lineup, elevating the caliber of artists presented, and/or activating community engagement strategies. However, the entire concert series must be called the Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series, it must meet all of the Levitt AMP Eligibility Criteria and it must comply with the Levitt AMP Official Rules.

Category: General

All Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series must take place in a public space that is at least 75 miles away from an existing Levitt venue. This expands the reach of free Levitt concerts by providing people who live beyond the areas already served by Levitt venues with access to high quality, free outdoor concerts.

Category: General

You can choose whether you would like to apply separately or together, however it is important to note that an entity can only be affiliated with one Levitt AMP application either as a primary organization or as a partner. For example, if your local chamber of commerce has agreed to partner with another organization in your community that is also applying, it cannot partner with your organization as well. Also, an organization cannot apply as a primary applicant on one application and as a partner on another application.

Category: General

Yes. All application submissions will be reviewed during the first two weeks of October. Factors such as application completion, eligibility, and alignment with the Levitt AMP goals will determine which applicants will advance to the November voting phase. If multiple applications from the same city are selected to advance to the voting phase, the Levitt Foundation will notify each applicant accordingly. Applicants from the same city will then have the option to either advance to the voting phase separately, or collaborate and submit one revised application with one primary applicant and the other applicants as partners; this revised application would then be displayed on the Levitt AMP website as a single proposal during the online public voting period.

Category: General