Presented by:
Maryland Humanities
Subject: Other, Varies Audience: All

Maryland Humanities provides grants to nonprofit organizations that use the humanities (literature, philosophy, history, etc.) to inspire all Marylanders to embrace lifelong learning, exchange ideas openly, and enrich their communities. Grant criteria encourage free, public programming in many forms including discussions, exhibits, lectures, living history, and seminars using the humanities as central tools to explore and understand the complexity of issues affecting their communities.

Major grants (up to $10,000) Spring deadlines are:

  • April 15 – Letters of Intent
  • June 1 – Grant Proposals Due
  • Late July – Notifications Given
  • September 1 or later – Projects begin

Fall deadlines are as follows:

  • September 1 – Letters of Intent Due
  • October 15 – Grant Proposals Due
  • Late November – Notifications Given
  • January 1 or later of the following year – Projects begin