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Arizona Humanities’ Project Grants for Non-profit Organizations


Project Grants are competitive grants supporting public programming using the humanities to provide context, depth, and perspective to the Arizona experience and explore issues of significance to Arizonans.

Donor Name: Arizona Humanities

State: Arizona

Counties: All Counties

Type of Grant: Grant

Deadline (mm/dd/yyyy): 05/01/2022

Size of the Grant: $10,000


Arizona Humanities supports innovative, community-based projects that use humanities disciplines to connect Arizonans to the cultures, peoples, and histories of the state and beyond. They welcome proposals from a wide range of nonprofit, educational, and governmental organizations and encourage projects that are innovative in their approach toward the humanities and public programming. Projects should use the humanities to provide context, depth, and perspective to issues of significance to Arizonans.

Funding Information

Organizations may request up to $10,000 to support their program implementation.

Project Grant Eligibility

  • Eligible applicants include private nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations; local, tribal, and state governments; institutions of the federal government; and academic institutions;
  • Applicant organization must have an active SAM Cage Code.
  • Applicant must be in “good standing” with Arizona Humanities, i.e., you do not have an overdue grant report or a previously defaulted grant.

Repeat Funding for Project Grants

Project Grants can be awarded to projects that re-occur, or occur on an annual basis. Applicants may also apply more than once for the same project, which is often preferable for larger projects that occur in phases. All phases should include public components. All Project Grants should be completed within an eighteen month time frame. *Note: The Grant Review Panel often takes the growth and development of repeat projects into consideration. It is best practice to detail how the current iteration of the project is different or has the potential for growth from previous years.

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