Grant Resources & Workshops


Our workshops have wrapped up with another successful season! 2022 Grant Workshops were held in Libby, Huntley, and Chinook with over 40 attendants. 


Image from Huntley Grant Writing Workshop, October 2022


Be sure to keep an eye out for our Grant Writing Workshops in 2023! 

Grants are a great source of funding to support your next project. Whether you are looking to refine your proposal-writing skills or have never written a grant proposal, the Montana History Foundation is here to help!

Led by Program Director Ciara Ryan, each fall we offer free grant writing workshops in communities across Montana. Each workshop provides specific step-by-step tools and practical tips and tricks for developing winning proposals.

These workshops are funded in part by a grant from Humanities Montana, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities


is an online tool that helps you identify, track, and apply to potential funding sources. Annual subscriptions are normally $699.  However, through our partnership with GrantStation, we can offer your organization a discounted annual membership for only $95, a $604 savings!
To receive this discounted membership, visit our grant portal and fill out a brief four question application.

Other External Grants

We have compiled a list of resources that promote history preservation, support artifact conservation, and provide funding to projects similar to those that the Montana History Foundation funds.
You can see that list here.