Kansas Humanities Council offers heritage grants up to $3,500 that are intended to support projects that preserve and interpret local historical and cultural resources. The main goals of these grants are to provide support for preservation and interpretation projects, encourage the use of methods consistent with best standards and practices in the field, increase public access to local and regional cultural resources, and strengthen relationships between organizations through the use of heritage consultants.
Projects eligible for heritage grant support include research, oral histories, collections care, collection digitization, language preservation, and hands-on training. This program is a partnership between the Kansas Humanities Council and the Kansas Historical Society.
Deadlines occur three times a year: Spring, Summer and Fall.