The Wisconsin Humanities Council has a special interest in funding projects that engage in, or foster, meaningful community conversations about issues of race and ethnicity. Projects should use humanities expertise to support community dialogue, which may not advocate for particular political positions, but may speak directly to current concerns, such as police-community relations. For a full list of recently funded projects, click here.
There are four mini grant rounds. Applications must be received by: February 1, May 1, August 1 or November 1. Decisions are made by a WHC board subcommittee within one month of the deadline.Awards for major grants are up to $2,000.