Meet Our Grantees

In 2019, HumanitiesDC distributed $660,296 in support of an impressive array of creative, innovative and detailed projects. These 10 individuals and 35 organizations* will produce video and printed archives of culturally valuable people and places in the District, and dynamic youth performance and educational programs.

1882 Project Foundation
826DC, Inc.
African American Music Association
All Souls Housing Corp
Allied Media Projects
Amanda Huron
American University
Asbury United Methodist Church
Bard High School Early College DC
Bloomingdale Civic Association
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, George Washington University
Critical Exposure
Dance Metro DC
Empower DC
Eve Austin
Filipino Young Professionals of Washington, DC
Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens
Gen2Gen Media
Georgetown University
Global Kids
Hola Cultura
Howard University Department of of Communication, Culture and Media Studies
Hyun Jung Rie
Jessica Rucker
John A. Johnson
Latino GLBT History Project
LearnServe International
Mary Phillips
One Common Unity
Shaw Community Center
Split This Rock
Stephanie Mills Trice
Taryn K. Myers
The Futuro Media Group
Tony Keith, Jr.
Tsedaye Makonnen
Video Action, Inc.
Washington Architectural Foundation
Washington Informer Charities
Whitman-Walker Health
WNDC Educational Foundation
Women in Film and Video of Washington, DC
Young Playwrights’ Theater

*One organization has requested not to be listed at this time.

If you’re interested in becoming a HumanitiesDC grantee, please visit our Grants Page to learn about future opportunities. HumanitiesDC’s funding cycle is traditionally once a year but please check back as new funding may come available.