Lewis & Clark and the Indian Country
Online Site Support Notebook: Use of NEH Grant
The programming grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities is meant to be used for activities and materials related to the Lewis and Clark traveling exhibit.
NEH funds may be used for the following costs: library coordinator travel and accommodation for the planning workshop; speaker honoraria and travel expenses; publicity expenses for humanities programs not associated with fundraising; acquisition of books related to the exhibit; humanities program mailing, printing, photocopying, and telephone costs; film rental if the program is a film discussion program led by a scholar.
NEH funds should not be used for: purchasing art works such as posters, etc.; purely art or performance programs with no humanities interpretation; film rental for programs that are not led by a scholar; costs associated with fundraising activities; costs associated with social events, such as refreshments, decorations, costumes, etc.; children's games and costumes; purchase of equipment.