Connecticut Humanities champions the enduring value of public humanities in our lives and civil society. Through grant funding and capacity building, CTH strives to ensure the public humanities will continue to inspire storytelling, lifelong learning, informed public dialogue, and civic engagement in ways that strengthen communities and enhance the quality of life for all Connecticut’s citizens.
Our vision is an engaged, informed Connecticut.
To Our Humanities Family:
Our audited financial statements and the Form 990 submitted to the IRS are presented below for your review. We encourage feedback on our practices and performance.
Connecticut Humanities has two primary activities. We administer a competitive grant pool through the Connecticut Humanities Fund that supports nonprofit organizations and partners involved with humanities programming statewide; and we initiate our own programming (e.g., ConnecticutHistory.org, Connecticut Center for the Book, and Book Voyagers).
We are committed to continuous improvement and value the opinion of those who share our interest in advancing the role of humanities in Connecticut. Please contact us if you have ideas or comments on current or prospective offerings.
The CTH Team