CT Humanities recently awarded $22,303 to eight Connecticut organizations for applications submitted at the February 7, 2020 deadline for our Quick Grants grant line to help organizations create small-scale humanities programs that have big impacts on their communities.
Congratulations to the following: Fairfield Historical Society (Fairfield, $2,500), Voting Was Just the Beginning: 100 Years of Women Making History; Litchfield Historical Society (Litchfield, $3,500), Antiquarian to Accredited: A Look Inside the Historical Society; Town of Thompson, CT (Thompson, $4,000), Thompson Connecticut Commemorates Six Months of Suffrage; Mattatuck Historical Society (Waterbury, $2,500), Women’s Suffrage @ The MATT; Connecticut Public Affairs Network (Hartford, $2,500), The 2020 Census: Count me in!; Quinnipiac University/ Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute (Hamden, $3,500), Oscar Wilde Revisited – Symposium: ‘Being Wilde. the Importance of Oscar’; Northwestern Community College Foundation and Regional Advisory Council, Inc. (Winsted, $3,500), The Art of Work in Community; Eric G Norfeldt School Parent Teacher Organization (West Hartford, $303), A Community Conversation on Gender.
The next deadline for this grant line is April 3, 2020. For more information, visit https://cthumanities.org/grants/quick-grants.