From the Panhandle to the Keys, Florida Humanities has been raising up the diverse stories of local communities – from the largest urban cities to the smallest rural towns – through funding transformative projects that strengthen, promote and preserve the vibrant history, literature, culture and personal stories of the Sunshine State.
As the statewide affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, Florida Humanities is committed to supporting local communities by offering various funding opportunities tailored to help nonprofit organizations tell their stories that offer Floridians a better understanding of themselves, their communities and their state. Please see below the current opportunities available at Florida Humanities.
English for Families
Deadline: December 1 @ 12 pm (noon)
Public libraries are invited to apply for funding to host English for Families, a new family literacy program that focuses on developing English vocabulary and literacy skills through strategic and fun storytelling.
Community Project Grants
Deadline: January 13 @ 12 pm (noon)
Florida nonprofits, apply for up to $5,000 in funding to support your bold, innovative and humanities-rich public programming in our premiere grant program: Community Project Grants. Start your application today!
Museum on Main Street
Deadline: January 22 @ 12 pm (noon)
We are accepting applications from Florida communities to participate in a 2021-2022 statewide tour of Water/Ways, a compelling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum on Main Street.
Florida Talks Speaker Series
Deadline: June 25 @ 12 pm (noon)
Florida nonprofits, apply for up to $1,000 in funding to host informative and thought-provoking presentations in your community (or virtually) through our Florida Talks speaker series program.