America 250-Ohio Grants Program
The Ohio Commission for the United States Semiquincentennial (AM250-OH) will make funds available for grants to non-profit, educational, and local governmental organizations to support educational and commemorative programming about the two-hundred-fiftieth anniversary of the independence and founding of the United States. The purpose of this grant program is to draw attention to the achievements, struggles, honors, innovations, and significance of all people in Ohio since before its founding to the present day as described in Ohio Revised Code SECT. 149.309 and Resolution 2023 – 09 adopted by the Ohio Commission for the United States Semiquincentennial.
The AM250-OH Commission has identified the following themes for Ohio’s Celebration and Commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the U.S.
Grant Cycle Timing:
Fall 2023 Cycle – Complete
Spring 2024 Cycle
Grant Funding Levels:
Buckeye Impact Grants
Trillium Local Activity Grants
Non-profits registered with the State of Ohio, educational, and local governmental organizations located in Ohio. Individual artists, authors, or performers must apply through a fiscal agent/sponsor.
America 250-Ohio Winter Grant Cycle Webinar:
Interested applicants can attend webinars on Feb 6, 2024 OR March 6, 2024. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Here’s a worksheet to help you prepare for the application.