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A bowl of booyah
An online magazine for people like you

Humanities Booyah is a resource where you will find articles to inform, encourage and celebrate the work that you do.

You will find:

-Tips for Grant Writers
-Humanities Programs in Focus, a behind-the-scenes look at projects and what makes them successful
-Voices from the Field, including insight from your peers at organizations around the state
-Examples of Working Lives projects and information about our Request for Proposals

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Grant application budget
Grants 101: How To Write a Strong Budget Description

We give away close to $200,000 in grant money every year. That money goes to communities all over the state for projects big and small.

Upcoming grant deadlines are April 15 for grants of up to $10,000 (Major Grants) and May 1 for grants of up to $2,000.

We hear from applicants new and seasoned that writing the budget can be challenging. So we asked our resident grant consultant to share some tips. We want to help you write a proposal that our board members can say YES to!

Keep reading Grants 101: Writing a Strong Budget Description!