Grants to Nonprofits Supporting Humanities


GrantID : 2118
Grant Funding Amount Low: $14,000
Grant Amount High: $40,000
Deadline : May 1, 2023




Summary


The grants will fund organizations to sustain or hire new staff in order to sustain successful humanities programs for the next two years. Applicant organizations must be a nonprofit or fiscally-sponsored museum, community cultural organization, state or federally recognized tribe…




Description



GRANTS

STAFFING RECOVERY GRANTS


Up to $40,000

Staffing Recovery grants will fund organizations to sustain, expand the hours of, or hire new staff in order to:



Sustain successful humanities programs for the next two years


Create, bring back or grow humanities programs with new or expanded staff positions (including program, fundraising, administration or marketing positions).



Staffing Recovery Grants are a two-year funding opportunity for organizations with budgets of $500,000 . . .



Interests


  • Black, Indigenous, People of Color
  • Coronavirus COVID-19
  • Employment, Labor & Training Workforce
  • Non-Profit Support Services

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Eligible Requirements


  • Native American Tribal Organizations (Federally recognized)
  • Non-Profit Organizations with 501(c)(3) designation
  • Non-Profit Organizations with Fiscal Sponsor
  • Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
  • Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
  • State Governments



Eligible Regions


  • Massachusetts (USA)