Community Stories Grant

The latest application deadline was August 3, 2015; awards will be announced by December 31, 2015.

Everything Comes From The Streets

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Little Kabul

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Mother/Madre

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List of CS Grants    Application Webinar (archived)     Sample Proposals

Community Stories (previously the California Story Fund) is a competitive grants program to support story-based public humanities projects that collect, preserve, interpret, and share the stories of California communities—past and present. Since 2003, we have awarded over $3 million to over 400 projects through this grant program that seeks to foster greater knowledge, understanding, and empathy among us.

More Information on Applying for a Community Stories Grant

The Community Stories program funds projects that focus on the collection and sharing of real stories of California’s communities. Projects must involve at least one humanities expert as an advisor, use the methods of analysis that inform the humanities as well as community-based research, and produce work that is publicly accessible. Application eligibility is limited to California-based nonprofit organizations or local/state public agencies or institutions. Grant awards range up to $10,000 and a cash or in-kind match is required. There are two yearly rounds of open applications for Community Stories.

Information about upcoming deadlines will be posted as soon as possible. Please sign up for our Enews and our mailing list at the bottom of this page for upcoming grant opportunities and application guidelines.

For more information, contact Senior Program Officer, Felicia Kelley

For informational purposes, you may access recordings of previous webinars here:

Webinar: Using Social Media to Enhance your Message

Applicant Webinar

Webinar: "Evaluation 101"

 


Community Stories Grant
(Deadline: August 3, 2015)



 

 

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