AHC Grant Proposal Guidelines

AHC Educational Grants are awarded to Holocaust education programs and projects which promote a moral and ethical response to prejudice, hatred, and indifference for the benefit of all humanity.

All proposals should:

  • Educate students, educators, and/or the community
  • Be Alabama-based and benefit the people of Alabama
  • Be free and open to the public

The AHC will not fund the following types of programs:

  • Advocacy or social action
  • Fundraising
  • Construction or restoration
  • Study towards an academic degree

Sample Eligible Expenses
Teacher Holocaust Education Experiences
Scholar Honorariums
Scholar Travel Expenses
Promotional Materials
Office Supplies
AV Equipment Rental
Facility Rental Costs
Exhibit Design/Rental
Books/Films
Media Production Costs

Sample Ineligible Expenses
Teacher Stipends
Administrative Costs
Ongoing Operating Costs
Audience Travel Expenses
Audience Food/Beverage
Equipment Purchases
Institutional Acquisitions

Grants typically range from $300-$3,000.
Based on the number of requests and the amount of funds available, the AHC may not be able to fund the entire project.

All proposals must be submitted at least one month prior to an AHC quarterly meeting, as indicated on the AHC website, and include the following:

  • Narrative
  • Budget
  • Follow-Up Report (due within 30 days of completion)

Grant requests will be reviewed and selected quarterly on a rolling basis.

The proposed program must occur within one year from the date of the award.