Delaware Humanities has awarded grants to the following organizations during the second half of our 2018 fiscal year.
- Bowers Beach Maritime Museum, Bowers Beach Buccaneer Bash, $4,250
- Serviam Media, The Twin Poets: Art for Life, $15,000.00
- Lewes Public Library, Annual Shakespeare Festival, $8,737.00
- Greater Lewes Foundation, History Book Festival, $15,000.00
- Biggs Museum of American Art, The Next 25, $9,850.00
- One Village Alliance, Raising Kings, a series of events during Mentoring Month in January, centered on supporting and nurturing boys and young men of color, $15,000.00
- The League of Women Voters Education Fund, We’re the WE in We, the People, $5,800.00
- Immanuel Union United Methodist Church, Cultural Mapping at the Village of Fork Branch, $4,643.00
- University of Delaware Journalism Program, Front Page Café Series 2018-2019, $5,000.00
- Delaware Art Museum, For Freedoms Town Hall, $5,216.00
- Delaware Saengerbund, Germans in the American Revolution, $2,996.00
- Delaware Academy of Science, Iron Hill Museum Archaeology & Heritage Festival, $2,085.00
- Friends of Auburn Heights Preserve, Marshall Oral History Project, $2,500.00
- Milton Historical Society, Education and Kids Corner – Horseshoe Crab and Shorebird Festival, $500.00
- Delaware Center for Justice, Read In, Read Out, $3,000.00
- Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington Writers Conference, $2,750.00
- Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation, World War I Mobile Museum, $2,500.00
- Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware, Lenape Heritage Month Celebration, $3,000.00
- Hagley Museum and Library, Brandywine Oral History Supplement for Advertising, $1,500
- Delaware Academy of Science, Iron Hill Powwow, $2,550
Vision Grant Deadlines for Fall Cycle FY19September 12, 2018
ATTENTION prospective applicants for Delaware Humanities Grants:
Drafts for the Vision Grant Fall Cycle are DUE by Tuesday, October 2, 2018.
Final Drafts are Due Wednesday, November 14, 2018.
A rough draft is required for Vision Grants.
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