The Myaamia Foundation has two grant programs designed to encourage the continued transmission of living knowledge and to support the revitalization of other forms of Myaamia ways of knowing. These grants are available to Myaamia people in order to provide community members with financial support for passing on important knowledge and skills that aid in the wider efforts of the Myaamia Nation to preserve our cultural heritage.
The first of these grant programs is the Traditional Knowledge Grant. This program is designed to support the exploration, education, and research of traditional Myaamia forms of knowledge. This is the broadest of our grant programs and is intended to support a wide variety of interests.
The second grant program is the Myaamia Arts Grant. This program is specifically designed to support community artists who are interested in sharing their craft, exploring new art forms, producing products for community consumption, or other activities that support the Myaamia arts community. This program is our most restricted of our grant programs and is intended to support tribal artists specifically.
- 2013 Traditional Knowledge Grant Call for Proposal
- 2013 Arts Grant Call for Proposal
- Grants Application and Outline Form – Use this form to help write your application. Remember to submit your grant by email to: ExecutiveDirector@myaamiafoundation.org
- Interim Evaluation Report Form – Use this form to submit annual reports for multi-year grants.
- Close-out Report Form – Use this form to to guide your final report at the end of your project.
Failure to submit required reports in a timely fashion will result in ineligibility for future funding.
Due to limited funding, please make sure your application is complete. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Myaamia Foundation Director at ExecutiveDirector@myaamiafoundation.org.