Florida Humanities: Community Project Grants
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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.
These grants are designed to support a vast array of projects. Applicants can request up to $5,000 for proposed projects, which should involve a humanities scholar(s), attract diverse audiences, bring the public together for discussion and exchange, and be free and open to the public (or not cost-prohibitive). Please see the Community Project Grant Application Guidelines for more information.
Types of Projects We Support
Humanities-rich projects come in all shapes and sizes. Ultimately, these projects should be bold, innovative, and potentially transformative to local communities. Typical projects supported by Community Project Grants include, but are not limited to interpretive exhibitions, outdoor heritage signage, community conversations, panel discussions following a performance or film screening, and oral history projects.
Who Can Apply
Through a competitive process, these grants are awarded to nonprofits organizations, local municipalities, and cultural, civic, and educational entities.
• A DUNS and Federal-ID number is 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. Download this Quick Start Guide for SAM.gov this quick start guide for registering or renewing with SAM.gov.
Organizations with an open Florida Humanities grant from a previous cycle are ineligible.