KTM&HC was one of 624 Connecticut organizations to receive CT Cultural Fund support totaling $16 million from CTH. The CTCFOSG is part of a $30.7 million support allocated to non-profit arts, humanities and cultural organizations through CTH over the next two years by the CT General Assembly and approved by Governor Ned Lamont. The CTCFOSG will help organizations recover from the pandemic and maintain and grow their capacity to serve their community and the public.
Additionally, KTM&HC was one of 69 nonprofits across the state to receive a CTH SHARP Capacity grant, which aims to help museums, historical societies, libraries and cultural centers respond and recover from the pandemic and improve their ability to thrive and serve their communities now. and in the future. According to HTC Executive Director Dr. Jason Mancini, priority has been given to projects that seek to increase equity and inclusion, serve underserved institutions and serve minorities, connect teachers and students from K-12 to strong social studies content and/or increase audiences. access to attractive cultural opportunities by improving information technology and digital infrastructure. KTM & HC will use the competitive project-based grant to fund board development framed by a DEI lens.