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Laura Jane Musser Fund

Category

: Regional

Description

The Fundís Intercultural Harmony Program promotes mutual understanding and cooperation between groups and citizens of different cultural backgrounds within defined geographical areas through collaborative, cross-cultural exchange projects. Priority is given to projects that include members of various cultural communities working together on projects with common goals; build positive relationships across cultural lines; engender intercultural harmony, tolerance, understanding, and respect; enhance intercultural communication, rather than cultural isolation, while at the same time honoring the unique qualities of each culture. The Program provides funding to programs and projects in the states of Colorado, Hawaii, Minnesota, and Wyoming as well as the Rio Grand Valley, Deep East Texas, and the Brazos Valley regions of Texas. Applicant groups should include members of various cultural communities working together on projects with common goals. Projects must be intercultural rather than focused on just one culture, and must demonstrate tangible benefits in the larger community. Funds are available for planning and implementation. Additional information can be found on the Web site.

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