Fast Facts

since 2015

Missourians served from urban to rural and in between
Dollars on grants, programs & sponsorships
Attendees - both families & individuals
Counties served with programs or grants

You Can Too! book

Letters from the 4th Grade Class at Sorrento Springs Elementary regarding their appreciation for the You Can Too! Book.


“I completely support your environmental program and very much enjoyed attending your Earth Day Symposium. I hope everyone takes the time to watch your beautiful video!”

Ashley Cooper

Ashley Cooper

St. Joseph, MO

“Thank you for preserving the history of Missouri. The work you do is powerful, and brings Missourians closer together.”

Daniel Green

Warrensburg, MO

“I enjoyed attending the Celebrate Missouri’s German Heritage event, and celebrating GH Corridor. Fascinating people and the perfect venue in Jefferson City’s Mill Bottom District, within a stone’s throw of the state capitol.”

Bill Stine

Jefferson City, MO

“MH offers so many wonderful programs and opportunities to everyone in Missouri. Small communities to big cities, MH is there for all to enjoy!”

Anna Hatridge

Farmington, MO

“We are so humbled and grateful to MH for funding our Critical Conversations: Art and the Black Body project. We are so humbled and grateful for the support.”

Marcis Curtis

St. Louis, MO

“I met so many kind and wonderful people at your KC Open House. So much thanks to MH for all their continued support of art and artists. Love you guys!”

Tony Mena

Kansas City, MO

“You are great patriots! Keep up the great work.”

Sunnie L Dee

Columbia, MO

“I just received the four Proud to Be books that I won at the drawing, written by American Warriors. I am the widow of a service connected disabled veteran and love the idea of letting veterans express themselves through writing! Thank you so much and I can’t wait to read them!”

Cynthia Inlow

St. Louis

“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…..”

Missouri On Mic

Reynolds Journalism Institute