FY 2020 Community Grant Program
Updated August 8, 2020:
This grant program was originally announced in March 2020, and postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the launch of Humanities Guåhan's CARES Act Emergency Relief Grant Program.
Applications will now be accepted online only at humanitiesguahan.submittable.com. Please choose "2020 Community Grant Program" from the grant opportunities on the site. Applications will be due online by September 29, 2020.
Changes to the 2020 Community Grant Program include:
- The Community Grant Workshop will be held online via Zoom
- Applications will only be accepted online on Submittable at http://humanitiesguahan.submittable.com
- The preliminary proposal round has been eliminated for the 2020 Grant Cycle
- SAM Registration is recommended, but not required
- The Humanities Guåhan office is closed to in-person visits, but community members can contact our staff by email and phone, and/or arrange Zoom meetings to review drafts and ideas.
Humanities Guåhan will offer a free online Community Grant Workshop for prospective applicants:
2020 Community Grant Workshop
Saturday, August 29, 2020
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. online via Zoom
Register Online: http://tinyurl.com/2020grantworkshop
Registration Deadline: August 27, 2020, 12 p.m.
Registration is required. This workshop is a requirement for first-time applicants.
The updated 2020 Grant Guidelines, Application Preview, and Humanities Expert Forms are available for download as PDFs here:
2020 Community Grant Guidelines
2020 Community Grant Application Preview
Form For Humanities Scholars
Form for Traditional Teachers
All who are interested are strongly encouraged to contact Program Officer Bernice Santiago at Humanities Guåhan prior to applying for a grant, at 472-4462 or email@example.com.
IMPORTANT DATES for 2020 (UPDATED AUGUST 8, 2020)
|August 8 • Thursday||
|August 27 • Thursday||
Grant Workshop Registration Questionnaire Due by 12 p.m.
|August 29 • Saturday||
Community Grant Workshop
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Online via Zoom
|September 29 • Tuesday||
Proposals Due Online via Submittable
|Grant Awards announced|
The humanities include but are not limited to the study of history, modern and classical language, literature, law, philosophy, comparative religion, ethics, and the history, criticism and theory of the arts. Anthropology, archeology and political science are also considered part of the humanities, as are interdisciplinary areas, such as Pacific studies, CHamoru studies, Micronesian studies, Asian studies, American studies, women and gender studies, ethnic studies, and the study of folklore and folk life. Humanities projects may also apply humanities perspectives to current political, social or economic concerns and issues.
For more information, please contact Bernice Santiago at 472-4462, Tues-Sat 9 a.m.-5 p.m., or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.