New Grant Opportunities from Wyoming Humanities

Jul 13, 2021

Wyoming Humanities logo with the phrase Think WY celebrating 50 years and a magnifying glassWyoming Humanities has two new grant opportunities available, both of which can offer significant dollars to nonprofit humanities organizations and organizations that provide humanities programming. The goal of Wyoming Humanities’ grants is to support public programs that use the humanities to explore the state’s histories, stories, issues, and connections between groups and communities.

Wyoming Humanities American Rescue Plan (ARP) Grant
DEADLINE: Applications available July 15
Wyoming Humanities ARP Grants will support nonprofit organizations as they “prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from the coronavirus.” Three grants will be available to support nonprofit organizations across the state: General Operating Support Grants, Programming Support Grants, and Recovery Support Grants.

Wyoming Crossroads Grant
DEADLINE: Applications available July 15
Wyoming Crossroads is a state-wide public humanities initiative to bring humanities perspectives to help Wyoming realize growth out of change. The aim of this grant is to serve the three primary goals of the larger initiative: increase Wyoming’s intellectual, community, social and civic wealth as the state restructures its economy; apply humanities programming in new and innovative ways to reach audiences that do no typically engage in public humanities; and develop new partnerships with groups and associations not typically considered “humanities” or cultural organizations.

Executive Director Shawn Reese and Director of Grants and Programming Chloe Flagg will share the application process, details about the grants, and answer questions during a live webinar on Friday, July 16 at 11 am. Click here to register for Explore New Grant Opportunities from Wyoming Humanities.

For more information, visit the Wyoming Humanities website or contact Chloe Flagg, Director of Grants and Programming, at or (307) 721-9246.

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