Florida Humanities inviting Proposals for Community Project Grants Program
Florida Humanities awards grants – known as Community Project Grants – to nonprofit organizations and public institutions across Florida whose projects strengthen vibrant communities and cultures, promote civic engagement, spark thoughtful community dialogue, and reflect on the human experience across the Sunshine State.
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Florida Humanities Community Project Grants provide funding to nonprofits and public institutions across Florida to develop and implement humanities-rich public programs that meet the needs of local communities.
Community Project Grants, at their core, meet the needs of local communities. While remaining open to funding locally driven public humanities projects, Florida Humanities may give special consideration to applications that focus on one or more of the following five programmatic priorities:
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This grant-making trust inviting Charities to help Socially Disadvantaged Groups during COVID-19
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Advocacy grants to strengthen the voice of communities and grassroots activists
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Funding provided through capital support for community development projects
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Racial Injustice: Sharing stories and perspectives highlighting historical and modern race-based inequities and injustices that disadvantage(d) communities of color, employing the humanities to bring communities together in constructive dialogue.
Civics and Democracy: Current issues in American democracy and civics including but not limited to voting, suffrage, the power of protest, voting rights, voter suppression, contested elections, and ideological polarization.
Water: Water as an essential component of life on our planet (environmentally, culturally, and historically), using the humanities to examine a community’s relationship with water as it relates to their cultural history.
Public Health: The impact of public health issues on the sustainability of Florida’s communities within a diverse, globalizing world, exploring the continuity and change of cultural heritage in relation to public health crises, including global pandemics. Explorations may include the disparities in health access and service for various groups within the community, such as economic resources, sex, and race/ethnicity.
Immigrant and Refugee Stories: Programs that share refugees’ and immigrants’ personal accounts and perspectives, using the humanities to compassionately reflect upon community challenges and triumphs in the increasingly diverse and changing Florida landscape.
Types of Fundable Programs
Digital and audio humanities projects
Interactive websites that function as public humanities programs
Museum exhibitions with related programming
Oral history projects with post-project community engagement
Outdoor heritage signage with post-development community engagement
Panel Discussions following theatrical productions
Public lecture series and panel discussions
Applicants can request up to $5,000.
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Florida nonprofit organizations, municipalities and public intuitions are eligible. Although eligible for grants, colleges and universities are strongly encouraged to partner with and apply through local nonprofit organizations.
Through a competitive process, these grants are awarded to nonprofits organizations, local municipalities, and cultural, civic, and educational entities. Although eligible for grants, colleges and universities are strongly encouraged to partner with and apply through local nonprofit organizations.
Individuals and for-profit organizations are ineligible for Community Project Grants. Organizations with an open Community Project Grant from a previous cycle are ineligible to apply; all open grants must be closed before submitting a new proposal.
A DUNS and Federal-ID number are required to apply.
Upon award, your organization must be registered or obtain registration on SAM.gov in order to receive grant funding. Registering in SAM.gov is free, and to seek help is free.
For more information, visit https://floridahumanities.org/funding-opportunities/community-project-grants/