Humanities Advocacy Day Resources

Advocacy Guide

The NHA Guide to Virtual Advocacy offers an overview of how to prepare for, conduct, and follow up after meetings on the Hill. It also offers a brief overview of each of our funding priorities.

Guide to Virtual Advocacy

New Advocate Training

If you missed our New Advocate Training session on February 23 you can view the recording here. This session is great for folks who have never advocated with us before or those who would like an overview of the appropriations process and the mechanics of a meeting with a congressional office.

New Advocate Training Recording

Humanities Policy Priorities Booklet

Our Humanities Policy Priority booklet offers detailed information about our funding priorities. It is also intended as a handout for congressional offices—we encourage you to share the link provided here using the chat function during your meetings.

Humanities Policy Priorities

NEH for All Website

NEHforAll.org offers examples of exemplary NEH grants from every state. Additionally, it houses briefing documents that provide deeper dives into specific impact areas including humanities programming for veterans and K-12 teachers, the importance of preserving our nation’s history, and the impact of COVID-19 on humanities organizations across the nation.

NEH for All