The office of Alabama Humanities Foundation is closed to the public, following the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control.
Our administration and staff are working remotely until further notice. Email is the ideal method to communicate with our staff.
The crisis facing our state and nation have forced us to postpone public events. Alabama Book Festival scheduled for April 18 at Old Alabama Town in Montgomery will be reevaluated and rescheduled at a later date.
Alabama History Day, scheduled for April 17 at Auburn University in Montgomery, has been reimagined. It will be an online, virtual event on May 1, and new deadlines have been set for the process. Click here for details.
Deadlines for grant funding opportunities will remain in intact. AHF’s mini, major and media grants are awarded four times per year.
For more information, check our Grants page.
Stay Safe –
We urge all Alabamians to monitor updates from the Alabama Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control as well as your county or local health agency for further health-related updates.
We all face an unprecedented health challenge that has affected our everyday lives. We will get through this crisis, but we all must stay vigilant and informed.