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Mississippi Humanities Council’s Grant Program – United States

Mississippi Humanities Council’s Grant Program – United States

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Deadline: 15-Sep-21

The Mississippi Humanities Council (MHC) is pleased to announce its grant program to foster the public’s understanding of historical, literary and philosophical perspectives on human experience.

The MHC grants program seeks to fund projects that stimulate meaningful community dialogue, attract diverse audiences, are participatory and engaging, and apply the humanities to our everyday lives.

Grants may be used to support public humanities programs, exhibits, the planning of larger projects, and the development of original productions in film, television, radio, or online resources.

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The Mississippi Humanities Council is an independent nonprofit organization affiliated with the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Established in 1972 on the premise that the humanities are relevant to any enterprise involving serious thought, discussion and decision-making, the Council has worked to foster the public’s understanding of historical, literary and philosophical perspectives on the human experience.

The Council is committed to making its programs accessible to as many Mississippians as possible and expects grant recipients to do the same.

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Funding Information

The Council offers two different types of grants:

Minigrants: up to $2,000
Regular grants: $2,001-$7,500.00
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MHC grants are intended to support projects that use humanities disciplines to increase understanding of the human experience. Project activities are primarily intended to serve Mississippians and must be free and open to the public.

Organizations or groups that apply for grants from MHC must be constituted for nonprofit purposes. It is not necessary that such organizations or groups be incorporated or have tax-exempt status.

MHC does not award grants to for-profit entities. Grant applicants must obtain a DUNS number and maintain active System for Award Management (SAM) registration.

Grant applicants must also have an EIN number from the IRS. Typical organizations eligible for grants include:

Private nonprofit organizations
Institutions of higher education
State, local and federally recognized Indian tribal governments
Community and cultural organizations
Educational and professional groups
Museums
Libraries
Public agencies
Non-commercial radio and television stations
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For more information, visit http://mshumanities.org/grants/

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