Bridging Michigan Grants are Now Open
Bridging Michigan grants provide Michigan nonprofits with up to $2,500 in support of public humanities programming that sparks in-depth thinking and conversation around persistent challenges affecting our communities. We welcome projects that aim to address and deepen understanding of social, economic, cultural and racial inequities, and other pressing challenges affecting communities across our state. We encourage projects using a variety of public humanities formats, including reflective conversations, reading series, film screenings with discussions, web projects, walking tours, public lectures, and the creation of exhibits.
Notification and Award
Successful applicants will be notified within two weeks of receipt of the application. Following project completion, the final report form must be returned to Michigan Humanities within 30 days. Grant recipients will receive 90 percent of the grant funds upon award; the remaining 10 percent will be provided after Michigan Humanities receives the project’s final report.
How to Apply
Apply through the Michigan Humanities Online Grant Portal. If you are a new applicant to the Michigan Humanities you will need to create a new registration. If you have previously applied for a different opportunity this year you can log into your portal and go to “Apply” and choose “Bridging Michigan Grants”.
Submit a Draft Proposal
Draft proposals are an optional tool for organizations seeking a grant to help hone final applications and to ensure projects comply with Bridging Michigan grant guidelines. Draft proposals will be reviewed by the Director of Grants, and feedback will be provided in a timely manner. Click here to submit a draft proposal.
If you have questions or would like to discuss a potential project, please contact James Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.