In 2020, Indiana Humanities will award more than $225,000 in grants to help tax-exempt organizations create engaging public humanities programs in communities across the Hoosier State. We’re offering a mix of five different grants to meet a variety of needs, from smaller rapid-response grants to larger grants that promote creative and collaborative programming.
In this 90-minute session, our director of grants, George Hanlin, will introduce you to Indiana Humanities, highlight the 2020 grants we’re offering, describe the types of activities we’ll fund, and offer tips on how to write a successful grant proposal. He’ll also share information about other organizations that offer grants for cultural programming and allow time for you to ask questions and discuss your ideas.
This workshop has been approved for two Library Education Units (LEUs).
Space is limited and registration is required; click on the RSVP button above then register via the Eventbrite page.
Please note that we award grants for public programs in the humanities fields (history, literature, languages, archaeology, philosophy, ethics, etc.). To preview the types of activities we fund (and determine whether this workshop will be helpful to you), we encourage you to visit our grants page at www.indianahumanities.org/grants. You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org.