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AHMHS Community Grant

The AHMHS Community Grant is an annual grant to encourage events, research, and other projects related to Aurora's history and cultural diversity. Grant applications are generally open from January to May. Details about past years can be found below. Buttons for application, sample scoring sheet, and submitting an application (when open) are at the bottom of this page.

2022 winners:

Tonos Latinos:

Power to the People:
For the Culture:

2022 Cycle

The AHMHS Community Grant provides financial support to individuals and organizations developing programs or projects related to Aurora’s history and/or cultural diversity. Applicants must currently reside within the city of Aurora boundaries and serve the Aurora community. This grant is not meant to cover general operating costs. The applicant does not have to hold a 501(c)3 status or be a part of an organization dedicated to history in order to apply for this grant.   Projects can be organized by anyone, but an adult over the age of 18 with experience relevant to the project/program is required. 

The total amount allocated is $7,500, with a maximum of $2,500 per awarded project. The awarded amount may be less than requested by the applicant. A grant cycle is 1 year from the award date. 

A grant cycle is 1 year from the award date.  

Review the full GRANT GUIDELINES, using the link below, before completing the online application.

This grant is funded by the Aurora History Museum & Historic Sites and the Office of International and Immigrant Affairs. 

Application Due: May 26, 2022
Funding Announced: June 10, 2022

Questions: 303.739.6660, or email us

2021 winners:

Roshni Is Light:

2021 Cycle

The AHMHS Community Grant provides financial support to individuals and organizations developing programs or projects related to Aurora’s history and/or cultural diversity. Applicants must currently reside within the city of Aurora boundaries and serve the Aurora community. This grant is not meant to cover general operating costs. The applicant does not have to hold a 501(c)3 status or be a part of an organization dedicated to history in order to apply for this grant.   Projects can be organized by anyone, but an adult over the age of 18 with experience relevant to the project/program is required. 
The total amount allocated is $2,000. Grant cycle is 1 year from the award date. 

A grant cycle is 1 year from the award date.  

Review the full GRANT GUIDELINES, using the link below, before completing the online application.

This grant is funded by the Aurora History Museum & Historic Sites and the Office of International and Immigrant Affairs. 

Application Due: May 27, 2021
Funding Announced: June 11, 2021

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