Michigan Humanities Council*
Maximum Grant Amount
The Michigan Humanities Council is accepting draft project proposals for the Fall 2019 Humanities Grant Project cycle.
Humanities Grants emphasize collaboration among cultural, educational and community-based organizations and institutions in order to serve Michigan’s people with public humanities programming.
These grants play a vital role in defining our culture, our state, our community and ourselves, and are intended to connect us to Michigan’s rich cultural heritage and historical resources through initiatives that help the people of our state reason together and learn from one another.
A 100% cost share is required for all projects up to $15,000.
The applicant organization must be a nonprofit authorized to operate in the state of Michigan. The organization need not be incorporated and may be a public agency. Individuals are not eligible. Sponsoring organizations are encouraged to collaborate with other organizations.
Fall 2019 Grants (Awards made in November 2019)
March-July: Draft project proposals accepted and feedback provided
August 22: Final online grant application deadline
November: Award Notification
Last review date: 8/22/2019
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