supports public programming with the humanities at its heart, inspiring organizations to explore innovative programs that spark dialogue, engage new audiences, and stimulate the thoughtful exchange of ideas.
To that end, MD Humanities is accepting applications from Maryland nonprofit organizations and schools to its Mini Grant program. Through the program, grants of up to $1,200 will be awarded in support of public humanities projects, documentary film, and civic education initiatives designed to engage and benefit Marylanders. Priority will be given to smaller groups and organizations working to provide humanities programming to underserved audiences.
To be eligible, applicants must be a nonprofit organization, school, or government entity. In addition, applicants must demonstrate that they have matching funds (cash or in-kind) equal to the funds requested.
See the Maryland Humanities website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.