Communities around Washington have important stories to tell and issues to discuss. Humanities Washington’s grants program provides the financial resources for people to come together to talk, discuss, debate, feel, think, and tell stories through the lens of the humanities. We support existing efforts as well as new opportunities for grassroots projects conceived and implemented locally.
Humanities Washington’s grants program is made possible with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Humanities Washington offers two types of grants:
Opportunity grants: Available to small or rural organizations for public humanities presentations. Opportunity grants do not require a funding match, and organizations may request up to $1,000. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year, and until all funds are distributed.
Washington Stories Fund grants: Awarded once per year to projects that highlight and share the little-known stories of a person or group whose contributions add to the cultural richness and health of Washington State. The Washington Stories Fund application process for 2019 is now closed. Learn more about the 2019 award recipients here. The application will re-open in Winter 2020.
For more information, please contact our grants mailbox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lutok Kobban Alele – a taste of the Marshall Islands A Free Family Event Marshall Islands is famously known in the Pacific Islands and international community for their navigational skills of the great Pacific Ocean. This year’s main event is Canoe carving and Navigational History of the people from the Marshall Islands. In Washington, there […]
- 11:00 am, Saturday
January 25, 2020
- Auburn High School (Commons Area)
711 E. Main Street
Auburn, WA 98002 United States