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Mass Humanities Hosts Grant Workshop in Fall River

Updated: Aug 18, 2023

You are invited to attend Mass Humanities in-person grant workshop in Fall River on April 12th 5 PM to 6 PM.

The workshop will take place at the Visitor Center at Fall River Heritage State Park which is located at 200 Davol Street in the Captain Thomas J. Hudner, Jr. Memorial Building. Free parking is available in the DCR Lot at 5 Water Street in Fall River. Mass Humanities staff and past grantees will share about our 2023 grant opportunities including Expand MA Stories, Reading Frederick Douglass Together and Staffing Recovery. Light refreshments will be served.


Please RSVP with Jen Atwood at jatwood@masshumanities.org.

About Mass Humanities: We create opportunities for the people of Massachusetts to transform their lives and build a more equitable commonwealth through the humanities. We do this through grants, programs, and partnerships with nonprofits around the Bay State. Our work is made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Mass Cultural Council, and the generosity of our donors. Learn more at https://masshumanities.org/

About FRACC: The Fall River Arts & Culture Coalition (FRACC), a committee of the One SouthCoast Chamber, is a collaborative, member-based organization dedicated to advancing arts and culture in Fall River, MA, and the region. Learn more at thefracc.org


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