2009-2010 Mini-Grant Application in Microsoft Word
2009-2010 Mini-Grant Application in Adobe PDF
***Applications must be postmarked on or before April 30, 2010 for consideration***
The purposes of the Mini-Grant Program of
the California Council for the Promotion of History are to:
quality history experiences for all Californians through such
programs/projects as exhibitions, educational activities, publications
and other appropriate projects
the purposes of the CCPH by making small but meaningful grants
to heritage organizations throughout California
continual development of high standards of historical research,
presentation and preservation among California heritage organizations
professional practices among California's heritage organizations
in all aspects of operation.
awards range from $500 to $1000.
- Applicants must be California nonprofit organizations
or agencies of state, county or local government.
must contribute a significant portion of the total project cost,
either in cash or in in-kind volunteer time and materials. Organizations
awarded grant funds in a previous granting cycle must submit
the written report on the previous year's grant before applying
in the current grant cycle.
criteria are used in evaluating grant applications:
the proposed project appropriate for CCPH funding? Does the
project further the purposes of CCPH and its mini-grant program?
the project focused on legitimate historic themes, events or
the project embody or promote the development of high standards
and greater awareness of history for the community?
AbilityDoes the project show careful planning; does the
organization have the management capabilities to successfully
carry out the project?
CCPH Mini-grants do not fund:
per diems, meals
(or elements of projects) substantially completed before the
anticipated date of the grant award
solicitations and members programs
would like to congratulate the winners of the 2008/2009 Mini-Grant