Foundation / Corporation
Washington State Historical Society (WSHS)
Grants of up to $5,000 to Washington nonprofits, tribal governments, local governments, schools, and libraries for programs related to women's suffrage and civic engagement. Funding is intended for exhibitions, books, educational programs, events, lectures or performances on the topic of suffrage.
Grant applications that support the following Centennial Celebration goals will be considered:
- Celebrate historic and current women of Washington
- Increase civic engagement of women in Washington
- Increased public understanding of Washington’s role and impact in the national suffrage movement
- Increased public understanding of where Washington State is today in terms of gender equality
- Increased public understanding of long-term effects of the suffrage movement in empowering and advancing women in society
Funds can be used for a variety of programs, including but not limited to:
- Washington Women Change Makers and/or Suffrage Themed exhibitions, lectures, plays, films, books, public art, educational programs, celebrations and events.
- Hosting a suffrage performer or lecturer. The Society has partnered with Living Voices and Humanities Washington to bring you the best of the best historic interpreters and lecturers on the topics of suffrage and gender equality to commemorate the centennial in 2019/2020. Apply for a grant to bring a performer or a speaker symposium to your community.
GrantWatch ID#: 184408
Up to $5,000
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email application materials with subject header “Votes for Women Grant Application” to:
Or mail application materials to:
Washington State History Museum
Attention: Elisa Law
1911 Pacific Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98402
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