There is an October 15 deadline to apply for funding assistance for African-American heritage programs through the Missouri Humanities Council. The mission of this heritage program is “to support partner organizations whose work increases our understanding of the African American experience through public programming in the humanities.”
Proposals should be submitted by a non-profit organization, or a civic, educational, or cultural organization that operates as a non-profit, including (but not limited to) schools and other educational institutions, local government and governmental agencies, and civic organizations. The council will fund up to $2,500 per awardee for projects and programs taking place in Missouri during 2020.
Detailed funding guidelines and application materials may be at www.mohumanities.org/african-american-heritage. Applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on October 15. Contact Caitlin Yager at email@example.com or 314-781-9660 with questions.