Grant awardees/recipients must complete the following forms as part of their projects:
Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities Grant Budget Template
NOTE: If awarded a HIHumanities Grants, 90 % of the total amount of HIHumanities grant can be requested during the project’s duration. 10% will be withheld by HIHumanities until all required project reports have been submitted. In accordance with federal guidelines, requests for grant fund advances are limited to what you will need for a three-month period.
HIHumanities Publicity Guidelines for Grantees
We are so excited to be supporting your project as an important addition to public humanities programming in Hawaiʻi. We believe in this work, which bridges difference, broadens perspectives, enriches lives, and strengthens communities.
As a HIHumanities Grantee, we want to broadcast as widely as possible about all the great things you are doing, as a grantee. In aid of that, the following information and guidelines will help us accomplish this and allow us to show our community network the splendor and significance of your work.
Materials to Send Us:
You are beautiful and we want to represent all of that beauty on our website and in our ENews in a timely manner. Please try to get us event promotional information and materials 7-14 days prior to the event. If you can get this to us even earlier, even better. We love your flyers and we look forward to receiving them, but we request that you also send us:
A selection of at least 2 different photos
If at all possible, we prefer flyers that include basic information, like name of event (a brief description, if the name of the event does not make it obvious), time of event, place of event, but avoid a lot of small difficult to read text. Please send us the flyer in a pdf and jpg file format, and remember to include HIHumanities and NEH logos as sponsors of the event.
Grant Acknowledgement and Disclaimer Language:
All Public Humanities and Preservation & Access Grants awarded by Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities are federal subawards from the National Endowment of the Humanities. Publicity, programming, and grants products must contain an acknowledgement of HIHumanities and NEH support and carry the appropriate HIHumanities and NEH logos. The acknowledgement must include the following (or similar) language:
This program is funded by a grant from the Hawai‘i Council for the Humanities, through support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this (article, book, exhibition, film, program, database, report, Web resource), do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
*Remember the text within the parentheses is meant to be multiple choice. Please do not keep every choice in the statement.
Downloadable Logos for HIHumanities and NEH
HIHumanities Logo for a light background:
HIHumanities Logo for a dark background (with white lettering):
NEH Logo for a light background:
NEH Logo for a dark background (with white seal and white lettering—because our website background is white this logo appears invisible. Trust us; it’s there. Just swipe over the blank white space with your cursor and click when it becomes the all-seeing hand):