Applicants sought for grants program
The Hawaii Council for the Humanities is now accepting grant applications for its public humanities and preservation and access grants.
The deadline to apply is March 5.
The council’s public humanities grants offer funding up to $10,000 and are suited for programs that aim to promote deep thinking, conversation and connection on issues that impact Hawaii’s communities, according to an announcement.
The preservation and access grants also offer funding up to $10,000 and fund projects that preserve resources that are important to a community and make them accessible to researchers, students and the general public.
To learn more, contact Stacy Hoshino at email@example.com or 469-4551.