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The Provincetown Community Compact, Inc. (The Compact) was established in 1993 by Jay Critchley as a community-building and philanthropic organization to support the vitality of a changing community.
The mission of The Compact is to nurture the health and cultural well being of Provincetown and the Lower Cape towns of Truro and Wellfleet – its people, the natural environment and the economy.
The Compact also acts as a grass-roots incubator (Think-ubator) for social, environmental and artistic projects. The Compact has envisioned Provincetown as a Cultural Sanctuary. As such, our projects express the connection between the arts, the community, the economy and the environment.
The Compact's projects strengthen the interdependence of people and place in order to nurture the creative process and promote sustainability.
One of the largest community gatherings on Cape Cod & celebrating 31 years of raising funds for AIDS, Women’s Health Organizations and the Community.
Artists, writers and the public are invited to apply for a stay at an historic dune shack set in the Cape Cod National Seashore.
The Compact helps creative ideas become reality by supporting dozens of artist and community projects with fiscal sponsorship and much more.
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The Compact and its Founder and Director receive a Provincetown Film Fest Award
The Provincetown Community Compact and its founder and director, artist Jay Critchley, were given special recognition from the 2017 Provincetown Film Festival for 30 years of community building, which includes the 30th Swim for Life & Paddler Flotilla (Sept. 9). One of The Compact’s initiatives, the Think-ubator, nurtures grass roots projects through tax-deductible fiscal sponsorship. The Film Fest was incubated by The Compact for five years before the festival became it’s own non-profit
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