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Statewide Virtual Job Fair to Showcase New Opportunities for Jobseekers Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of Commerce David Toland is encouraging jobseekers and employers searching for new talent to participate in the June Virtual Statewide Job Fair. Hosted by KANSASWORKS, the job fair will be from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 26. Commerce Announces $390,000 in Emergency HEAL Grant Funding Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of Commerce David Toland today announced more than $390,000 in Emergency Historic Economic Asset Lifeline (E-HEAL) grants has been awarded to five recipients. More than $770,000 private local matching funds will be added to that total, to help bring rural downtown buildings back from likely demolition or collapse – and rehabilitate them back into productive use. Kansas Main Street Selects Eight Rural Communities for New Housing Grant Lieutenant Governor and Commerce Secretary David Toland today announced eight inaugural grant recipients of the Residential Opportunities on Main Street (ROOMS) program. A total of eight projects in Designated Kansas Main Street communities are receiving $50,000 each to create a total of 35 new residential units in the upper floors of downtown buildings. Kansas Nonprofits Receive More than $4M in Community Service Program Tax Credits Governor Laura Kelly announced today that $4.1 million in Community Service Program (CSP) Tax Credits have been awarded to support the fundraising efforts of 26 nonprofit organizations across Kansas. These funds will enhance local access to quality childcare, healthcare, education, arts, and housing services. View All

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Kansas Arts License Plates

State of the Arts

These uniquely designed plates are a wonderful way to support the arts in Kansas. By purchasing a Kansas Arts license plate, you can help spread the word about the importance of the arts in Kansas communities and help raise funds for critical arts programs. All purchases are tax deductible and will go toward arts education and awareness initiatives in Kansas.

In addition to your annual tag renewal, taxes and county fees, there is an annual fee of $50 for the Kansas Arts license plate, which goes to the Kansas Arts Commission. Personalization of the specialty plate is not available at this time.

Arts Checkoff

Supporting the arts is easy in Kansas with ‘Arts Checkoff’ on tax returns

Kansans may direct all or part of their state income tax refund to support the arts. Individuals who will receive a refund will have an “Arts Checkoff” option to donate a portion of the refund to the Kansas Arts Commission. The Kansas Department of Revenue will send the designated amount of the refund to the KAC.

All funds that the KAC receives through the “Arts Checkoff” will directly fund arts programming in Kansas. The KAC offers several programs that support artists and organizations in communities across the state. Programs include the Strategic Investment Program, the Arts Integration Program, New Dance and New Play Labs and the Tallgrass Artist Residency.

Want to learn more about Cultural Development Programs?

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