Missouri Humanities has modernized our grantmaking process!

STEP 1:  Set up your new user account in the Missouri Humanities – Foundant grant portal
STEP 2:  Complete Grant Application online
STEP 3:  Make sure all your supplemental uploads documents have been uploaded and then click to submit
STEP 4:  You are done with Submission Process

Grant Deadlines

A new Grant Submission process started on April 17th.   

Please do not use any old applications or forms.

Major Grants

Missouri Humanities’ mini-grants fund projects up to $10,000.  Applications are considered two times each year with the following deadlines: FEBRUARY 1 & AUGUST 1.

Grant application submissions may start as soon as grants open through through the grant portal. Award notifications will be received six weeks following the application deadline.  

 

Mini Grants

Missouri Humanities’ mini-grants fund projects up to $2,500.  Applications are considered two times each year with the following deadlines: MAY 1 & NOVEMBER 1.

Grant application submissions may start as soon as grants open through through the grant portal. Award notifications will be received six weeks following the application deadline.  

Please note: all applications must be submitted online. MUST SET UP ACCOUNT ON GRANT PORTAL and SUBMIT THROUGH PORTAL. 

Useful Information

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

We encourage applicants to carefully read the Guidelines before filling out the application.

In no event shall the Missouri Humanities be responsible or liable for any failure or delay in the performance of its Grants functions arising out of or caused by, directly or indirectly, forces beyond its control, including, without limitation, strikes, work stoppages, accidents, acts of war or terrorism, civil or military disturbances, government shut-downs or acts of God.

Missouri Humanities Grant Video

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Grant Testimonials

“Missouri Humanities gave us the funding for travel, and we went. Set up on the wide front porch of the Womans Building, we collected interviews with a young engaged couple recovering from Covid, a female farmer, politicians, and a performer in a pastel hat and white gloves who introduced herself as Laura Ingalls Wilder…..”

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