Mini and Major Program Grants

Forms and Information for Grantees

Forms necessary to administer your Humanities Texas grant are available below.


Major grants for community and media projects

Revised Budget

Grant Amendments

Changes to the project scope, activities, grant personnel, budget, and/or grant period must be submitted to Humanities Texas for approval. Use the form above to complete this process.


Grants staff will check-in with grantees during the grant period to track the status of the program and answer any questions regarding the administration and closeout of the grant. This document includes a list of the questions that are asked during the Check-in.


Humanities Texas encourages grant recipients to include our logo in any print or online materials produced for grant-funded projects. Humanities Texas must be credited in the following way in all publications and announcements related to the project: “This program is supported by Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.” Any acknowledgment must also include the following statement: “Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this {article, book, exhibition, film, program, database, report, Web resource}, do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.”

Meet with a Grants Team Member

Questions about Grants

Call 512.440.1991 or email

A portrait of WWII Veteran Raymond Chavez taken by Zach Coco. This image was featured in Coco's 2021 exhibition, WWII Heroes, at the Museum of the Big Bend in Alpine. A major grant supported this program.

Rick Halperin, Karen Korematsu, and David Ono at a panel discussion on the legacy of Japanese American internment, presented by the Japan America Society of Dallas/Forth Worth and Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum in February 2022. A mini-grant supported this program. Photo by Lizeth Rodriguez.