About Grants and How to Apply
The Episcopal Women’s History Project encourages research and publication about the lives and work of women throughout the history of the Episcopal Church, including the period of the colonial Anglican Church. Grants may be used for travel, the acquisition of research materials, or other research expenses.
Proposals may focus on an individual Episcopal woman or on women’s organizations, from the colonial period to the present. Projects involving the overseas activities of Episcopal women will also be considered. Previous grants have been awarded for a variety of projects, including the completion of a biography of the Rev. Gladys Lucile Hall, collection of primary texts for a documentary history of Anglican and Episcopal women in America, and identifying and researching pre-1950 murals created by Episcopal women.
The deadline for research grants applications and other awards (except the Katharine Jefferts Schori Award) is March 1 of the year in which the award will be made. The Episcopal Women’s History Project Grants Committee will review the proposals and notify the recipients following announcement of awards at the EWHP spring annual meeting. The Grant Application Form is available HERE.
For information on all of these awards, please contact: Joan R. Gundersen, 1677 St. Andrews Drive, Oakmont, PA 15139 or e-mail: email@example.com.