Missouri Historical Records Grants Program
Informational Workshops to be scheduled November 2017
Deadline: TBD 2019 (Last deadline was March 1, 2018)
The Missouri Historical Records Grants Program is a partnership between the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) and the Missouri State Archives to preserve and make accessible Missouri’s historical records. Applicants must be located in Missouri. More information available here. Grant Amount/Period: up to $7500/1 year. Matching required. Contact: grants staff, 573-751-4303, firstname.lastname@example.org
Missouri Humanities Council Grants
Mini-Grant Deadlines (four each year): November 1, February 1, May 1, August 1
Major Grant Deadline (two each year): April 1 and September 1
MHC awards grants to non-profit organizations including museums, libraries, educational institutions, local government, civic associations, and other similar organizations for programs in any format that facilitates interaction between public audiences and humanities experts such as scholars, authors, and educators. MHC will also assist with funding for projects such as (but not limited to): interpretive exhibits, content-based web site enhancements, living history and museum theater presentations that include interpretive elements, presentations in the creative and performing arts that include humanities-based discussion, teachers’ workshops in the humanities, panel discussions and other types of public forums on humanities-related topics, and media and publication projects that support the mission of a humanities-based organization or institution. A key factor that MHC council members will consider in evaluating applications is whether or not humanities experts or scholars are involved in the planning, development, and execution of the activity.
Mini-grant amounts are up to $2,500. Major grant amounts are $2,501 – $10,000. Matching may be required. Contact: Clarice@mohumanities.org
More information is available here.