The following resources are available to seek grants related to American Recovery Plan (ARP) funding.
National Endowment for the Arts – American Rescue Plan Grants to Organizations
Grants are available in $50,000, $100,000 and $150,000 awards for use up to two years beginning 1/1/2022. If you are an organization that has not previously applied for a federal grant and plan to apply for an Arts Endowment grant, you must first obtain a DUNS number and register at SAM.gov and Grants.gov. Deadline 8/12
Guidelines & Information. Link to NEA site for guidelines, FAQs, SAM.gov, and related information.
Americans for the Arts, 7/6/21 Webinar Recording, “Applying for the new NEA American Rescue Plan Direct Grant Program for Arts and Culture Organizations” Link to Webinar Slides. Link to Webinar Transcript.
NEA Applicant Q&A Sessions. Link to Schedule & Registration
NEA Review Criteria. Link here
Michigan Humanities Council – MI H.O.P.E. Grants
Michigan Humanites is accepting applications from humanities organizations for its Michigan Humanities Organizations Pandemic Emergency (H.O.P.E.) Grants. Available to museums, libraries, archives, historic sites, and other humanities-focused nonprofits impacted by the pandemic throughout Michigan. Michigan H.O.P.E. Grants of $15,000-20,000 are available to provide general operating support, programming support, or a combination of both. Deaadline is August 2 for funding September 1, 2021-September 1, 2022.
MI H.O.P.E. Grant Information. Link here
MI H.O.P.E. Application. Link here
MI H.O.P.E. Webinar Recording. Link here