Grant program guidelines for FY2014 are now available.
Access FY 2014 Grant Program Guidelines Online
Read more about Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services on the IMLS website.
Webinars with Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services Program Staff:
We invite you to participate in one of two pre-application webinars to learn more about the program, ask questions, and listen to the questions and comments of other participants. Please consult the FY2014 Grant Program Guidelines online for detailed information about accessing and participating in these webinars.
A pre-recorded webinar detailing important information about IMLS funding opportunities is available.
A live webinar for the FY14 Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services program will be presented on Thursday, October 31, at 3pm ET (Recording now available).
|Cost Share Requirement:
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The Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services (NANH) program supports Indian tribes and organizations that primarily serve and represent Native Hawaiians. These grants are intended to provide opportunities to sustain heritage, culture, and knowledge through strengthened activities in areas such as exhibitions, educational services and programming, professional development, and collections stewardship.
Eligible applicants are
federally recognized Indian tribes,
Alaskan Native Villages and corporations, and,
organizations that primarily serve and represent Native Hawaiians.
Entities such as museums, libraries, schools, tribal colleges, or departments of education are not eligible applicants, although they may be involved in the administration of the program and their staff may serve as project directors, in partnership with eligible applicants.
Please see Tribal Organization eligibility criteria.
Sandra Narva, Senior Museum Program Officer
Sarah Glass, Museum Program Specialist