Letter of Inquiry
Letters of inquiry may be submitted at any time. Contact the Program Officer for further information. The letter of inquiry should
- include a completed Cover Sheet.
- be sent to the Texas History Program Officer
- be no more than 2 to 3 pages
- summarize the project and its estimated cost
- highlight the key personnel executing the program
- include a specific requested amount
- state the term of the project
- In other words, the letter of inquiry is a summary of the basic facts of the project.
Once received, the letter of inquiry is reviewed by a Grants Committee comprised of members of the Board of Directors. If selected for further review, the grant seeker will be invited to submit a formal proposal for consideration by the Board of Directors.
Attention: The next deadline for Texas History LOI’s is December 7, 2018 (for possible inclusion at the February 19, 2019 Board meeting), but applicants must have discussed a possible LOI with the Texas History Program Officer before October 1, 2018 to be included in this grant cycle. Due to the high volume of requests, we ask that submissions in the current grant cycle be for $10,000 or less.