With support from the Mass Cultural Council, Mass Humanities has 4 grant opportunities available for non-profits and tribal entities. Learn how to apply for support for your local cultural organization in 2022: https://masshumanities.org/grants/.
Here are the grants available today:
Expand Massachusetts Stories Grants: Up to $20,000 for projects that seek, share, and/or interpret stories of Massachusetts, using the humanities to improve our shared understanding of the Bay State. With an April 11 deadline.
Staffing the Humanities Grants: $7,000-$20,000 grants to small museums, humanities, and community cultural organizations to increase staffing to grow, create, or bring back humanities programs. With an April 4 deadline.
Reading Frederick Douglass Together Grants: Up to $1,200 for communities to host shared public readings of Frederick Douglass’s speech on the meaning of the 4th of July. With a rolling application deadline.
Bridge Street Sponsorships: Up to $1,500 for history centers, societies, and historic sites to host online or hybrid programs during the 2022 calendar year. With a rolling application deadline.
Additionally, organizations interested in a program can register for a grant workshop hosted by Mass Humanities here: https://bit.ly/3Iy6ZtB