NHN is pleased to announce that its Microfunding Program for emerging history projects will run again in 2015! The program is open to members and non-members.
The Northwest History Network is seeking applications for competitive awards of up to $250 to fund equipment, services, and other one-time needs for history projects. Proposed projects should advance one or more of NHN’s organizational goals:
To apply, please respond to the following:
- Provide professional support for community partners documenting, preserving, and/or presenting their histories.
- Facilitate communication and foster collaboration between public and private organizations, educational institutions, libraries, museums, and archives.
- Protect and increase preservation and access to historical resources and materials.
- Expand historical education by using non-traditional venues to present public history projects.
- Use varied strategies and technologies to promote appreciation and understanding of the past.
- Foster a non-competitive and supportive atmosphere for those committed to public history.
Submit completed proposals to the NHN Project Committee at email@example.com. Proposals are due July 1, 2015, and will be evaluated by the Project Committee. In August, the Project Committee will recommend projects to the NHN Board for funding. Applicants will be notified of the Board’s decision by early September. Awardees will be asked to write a short summary and report of their project to share with NHN.
- Project title or brief description (15 words or less)
- Contact information for Project Director (individual responsible for managing project and communicating with NHN)
- Summary of project (200 words or less)
- Describe how this project relates to NHN’s organizational goals listed above (200 words or less)
- Amount of funding requested up to $250 and how it will be used
Keywords: microfunding, proposals, emerging, history, projects
Posted: April 1, 2015
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