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Had enough of politics? Think about what you and your community could really use right now. Laughter? Friendship? Perspective? What better time to choose a novel and bring people together through a “community read”? Build in a film, podcast, or speaker, too. Go local and choose a NH author or a book about our state. Or get the heck outta here and learn about another country, culture, climate, or time!New Hampshire Humanities invites nonprofit organizations serving people in New Hampshire to submit proposals for humanities-based Community Project Grants. We’re eager to work with new applicant organizations and reach broad audiences. Mini Grants are for requests up to $1,000 (next deadline May 1). Major Grants support projects ranging from $1,001 up to $10,000 (next deadline for draft proposals April 1). View the grants page on our website for descriptions of recently funded projects, deadlines, guidelines, and templates. New Hampshire Humanities can help connect you with humanities scholars and others with expertise in many areas. Please contact Susan Hatem, Director of Programs and Grantmaking, at firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas and questions.
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