Indiana Humanities Seeks Applications for INcommon Grant

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Indiana Humanities Seeks Applications for INcommon Grant


Indiana Humanities’ INcommon Grants provide tax-exempt organizations with funds to develop and implement public programs that use the humanities to explore subjects related to race and ethnicity. Grant-supported programs may examine a variety of topics, including the longer histories driving contemporary debates around immigration, gentrification, incarceration, policing, institutional racism, the legacies of segregation in housing and education, and more. Projects may include reading series and civic reflection discussions; public lectures or panels; film screenings and discussions; or the creation of exhibits, web projects, podcasts, walking tours or documentary films. Special priority will be given to projects that include community discussion and conversation at the heart of their proposed activities.

Funding for INcommon Grants is provided by Indiana Humanities (through the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities, a federal agency) and the Central Indiana Community Foundation.

Grant Amount: Up to $5,000

Application Deadline: Feb. 28, 2023

Notification: Approximately six weeks after application deadline; projects may begin on May 1, 2023

Completion Date: Projects must be completed within one year of notification

Matching Funds: Applicants must provide at least a 50 percent match in cash or in-kind contributions (e.g., a $5,000 request must show at least $2,500 of matching support)

Grant Booklet: Download and read the grant booklet at

For the full RFP, click here. To learn more and apply, click here.