FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: California Humanities Recovery Grant
The California Humanities Recovery Grants application deadline is coming up on July 21, 5 pm PST.
RECOVERY GRANTS: CAPACITY-BUILDING PROJECT SUPPORT
Recovery Grants between $2,000 and $10,000 aim to strengthen the short- and long-term capacity of California-based humanities organizations as they plan and deliver rich humanities-based learning experiences for the people of California.
The primary purpose of the California Humanities Recovery Grants is to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from the coronavirus. This funding is meant to assist public humanities organizations and cultural institutions. The Recovery Grant program aims to strengthen the short and long-term capacity of California-based humanities organizations. In recognition of the serious impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the ability of many public humanities providers to carry out their work, this program will direct funds for capacity-building project support that will enable applicants to meet the needs of their communities and respond to the current and long-term challenges.
Eligible organizations must demonstrate a track record for supporting rich and engaging public humanities work that is accessible to the people of California. Please see the Recovery Guidelines and FAQ documents for further details.
Fur additional information and to apply visit HERE