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Please contact the Arizona Humanities office
by email or call 602-257-0335.
Applicants may request up to $10,000 to support the program costs of public humanities projects. The basic request of up to $5,000 must be matched by in-kind contributions. An additional amount up to $5,000 may be requested if matched by third-party cash contributions, which must be in place at the time of application to AH. Applicants may be awarded up to three Project Grants each fiscal year (November 1 through October 31).
We are working hard to implement a new online grants management system. In order to effectively transition to the new system, we will be holding only one more Project Grant cycle this fiscal year (November 1, 2014 – October 31, 2015). The cycles with start dates of March 27 and July 24 will NOT be implemented. Please see below for the revised Project Grants schedule.
|INTENT DEADLINE||APPLICATION DEADLINE||AWARD NOTIFICATION|
|November 14, 2014||January 9, 2015||March 2, 2015|
|April 24, 2015||June 5, 2015||August 31, 2015|
Eligible projects must begin after the award notification date. If your project is multi-phased or ongoing, AH funds may only be used for project activities taking place after this date.
AH requests proposals for Project Grants on specific themes or target specific audiences:
AH will give special consideration to grant proposals that unite a humanities perspective with civil discourse techniques for public discussion about the important issues that affect our collective future.
AH will give special consideration to grant proposals that seek to target children, teens, and young adults.
Special Guidelines AH encourages proposals that promote collaboration and interdisciplinary dialogue between teachers and humanities advisors. Proposals for Teacher Institutes or In-service Programs must follow the guidelines and instructions that apply to AH project grants. Eligible expenditures may also include travel stipends or tuition waivers for teachers participating in the program. In addition, proposals must: