The Landis Center for Community Engagement at Lafayette College values the engaged research of our faculty and strives to share opportunities for funding whenever they become available. Please visit often for updates.

Lehigh Valley Engaged Humanities Consortium: Generously funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation through June 2021, the Lehigh Valley Engaged Humanities Consortium (LVEHC) fosters exploration of personal, historical, and community narratives that have emerged in the past half-century in the region using methods of the humanities and arts. Guided by a steering committee composed of representatives of a dozen Lehigh Valley academic and cultural institutions, the LVEHC proposes to bring the region’s diversity and sense of place to light, concentrate on the changing nature of the work its residents do, and consider the role of storymaking in documenting the changes that have taken place. Projects should be collaborative and focus on one or more of their main themes:
  • The diversity of communities
  • The changing nature of work
  • The process of story-making
  • The evolving landscape, environment, and sense of place
Learn more about the Lehigh Valley Engaged Humanities Consortium grants
The Teagle Foundation: The Teagle Foundation invites proposals from two- and four-year colleges, universities, higher education consortia, and non-profit entities that share our commitment to the liberal arts and aim to pursue programs under one of their current initiatives:
  • Knowledge for Freedom
  • Cornerstone: Learning for Living
  • Education for American Civic Life
  • Transfer Pathways to the Liberal Arts
Visit the Teagle Foundation grant guidelines page for more information
W.K. Kellogg Foundation is dedicated to racial equity and racial healing, and to developing leaders who engage authentically with their communities. Priorities of the Kellogg Foundation include:
  • Thriving Children
  • Working Families
  • Equitable Communities
Please visit the W.K. Kellogg grantseekers page for more information