Apply to Public Humanities Grants (up to $10,000)
This is our broadest ranging grant, and we hope this invites creative approaches to public humanities programming. We actively welcome exciting and engaging programs seeking to promote deep thinking, conversation, and connection on issues that impact our communities in Hawaiʻi.
Apply to Preservation & Access Grants (up to $10,000)
These go towards funding projects that mālama our history, and preserve existing collections and resources that are important to a community, and to make them publicly accessible to researchers, students, and the general public.
We are happy to consult with applicants one-on-one about your project idea, or any questions you may have. Please contact Stacy Hoshino at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 808-469-4551. If you’re interested in a consultation, be sure to contact Stacy Hoshino no later than three weeks prior to the grants submission deadline. You can also check out our Grants FAQs webpage for more helpful explanations and information.