The Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission offers to fund a variety of programs through its THGC Grant program. These grant funds may be used for projects related to classroom education, workshops, recording of oral histories, and memorials or exhibits, as well as other purposes. This grant is open to all permanent, non-profit institutions that are headquartered in the state of Texas.
Amounts up to $10,000.00 may be granted per project. All funds may require one-to-one matches, but in-kind services may be counted toward the 50% total match.
The THGC now offers spring and fall grants. Please see below for more information on our upcoming cycles.
**THGC GRANT APPLICATION PERIOD HAS NOW CLOSED. **
Applications for the Fall 2019 THGC Grant cycle will be accepted between July 29, 2019, and September 9, 2019. Please consult the THGC Grant Criteria and Procedures form (below) before submitting an application. If you feel that your project is eligible, please complete an application form (below), and return it with all the required materials.
Electronic submission is preferred; applications may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not sure whether or not your project is eligible for this grant, if you require an alternate method for submission, or if you have any other questions, please contact Cheyanne Perkins at (512) 463-5674.
Spring 2019 Grant Recipients
The Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission is happy to announce that the recipients for the 2019 THGC Grant have been chosen! This year, funds will be awarded to the Anti-Defamation League, The Dallas Holocaust Museum and South Texas College, for the following projects:
"The Pianist of Willesden Lane"
Dallas Holocaust Museum
“Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory.”
South Texas College
“Hate, Hope, and Healing: Exploring the Holocaust Through Music”
Congratulations to our recipients—we are very excited to see where 2019 takes these projects!