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This winter, California Humanities is pleased to offer five grant opportunities for humanities projects. California-based, non-profit organizations are eligible to apply for funds ranging from $1,000 to $25,000. Funds support a range of humanities activities and audiences, from media training for youth to public library programs and more. To learn more, see the list of open deadlines below.
Beginning in December, we invite the public to join us for a series of free informational webinars. At these sessions, attendees will learn eligibility rules, see examples of successful projects, get tips for writing strong proposals, and learn to navigate the Grant Portal. Sessions last 60-90 minutes and leave ample time for questions.
If your organization is looking for support, please consider joining us at an upcoming webinar! If you are unsure which grant best fits your project, consider attending the February 1, 2023 Grantseeker Workshop, a general overview of all programs. Register in advance for upcoming webinars at the links below.
Applicants may apply to one grant program at a time. Each program has its own requirements, and some restrictions apply. Questions? Please email Associate Program Officer Kirsten Vega at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to connecting with you!
Register for Grantseeker Workshop on February 1
|Humanities for All Project Grants||January 17, 2023||Here||Watch Video|
|Library Innovation Lab||February 1, 2023||Here||Watch Video|
|Civics + Humanities Middle Grades Grants||February 15, 2023||Here||Watch video|
|Humanities for All Quick Grants||February 15, 2023||Here||Jan. 18|
|California Documentary Project NextGen||March 1, 2023||Here||Jan. 25|