Resources for 2022–2023 Public Program Grantees

Resources for PPG grantees who received an award in spring 2022

Congratulations on your 2022 Public Program Grant from Oregon Humanities. We’re happy to be able to support your work. This page contains grant management resources. If you have questions, or if these resources are not accessible to you, contact grants and programs coordinator Dawn Smallman at or at (503) 241-0543, ext. 110.

Grant Management Checklist

Securing a Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) number:

For this grant and for future grants through Oregon Humanities, grant applicants will be required to have a Unique Entity ID (UEI) through the website. The UEI is replacing the DUNS number beginning April 4, 2022. Applicants for this 2022 PPG grant will need to have their UEI secured by our late-April award date so Oregon Humanities can issue their grant award payments.

What is the Unique Entity ID (UEI)?

  • The Unique Entity ID (UEI) is a 12-character alphanumeric value

  • Managed, granted, and owned by the government

  • Will serve as the authoritative unique entity identifier used by the federal government

How long will it take to get a Unique Entity ID?

  • If your entity is already registered in, you have been issued a Unique Entity ID (UEI). This includes inactive registrations.

  • If requesting a Unique Entity ID only through, a successful request will provide the UEI immediately.

This short YouTube video from describes exactly how to get your UEI.

Grant Agreement:

  • Carefully read your Grant Agreement, sign it, and return it to Oregon Humanities

  • Contact us with any questions

  • Save a copy of the signed agreement for your records

Federal Labor Standards Information and Form:

Donation Records:

Publicity / Credting OH and the NEH:

As per your Grant Agreement, Sections 13 and 14, grantees are required to credit Oregon Humanities and the NEH as funding sources in their publicity materials. Grantee shall specify in all written, print, or electronic public relations and informational materials:

  • “This program was made possible in part by a grant from Oregon Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities.”

  • Additionally, please credit Oregon Humanities by including our logo.

  • Oregon Humanities Logo. Additional formats may be found here.

  • Additionally, please credit the National Endowment of the Humanities, by including their Policy Statement and by using their logo, as called for on their website:

  • Please tag Oregon Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities in your social media posts about funded events.

  • Where room allows in your promotional materials, please add: "This program was made possible in part by a grant from Oregon Humanities (OH), a statewide nonprofit organization and an independent affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, which funds OH’s grant program. Oregon Humanities offers programs and publications that help Oregonians connect, reflect, and learn from one another.”

  • Acknowledgements to all sponsors shall also be made in media interviews related to the grant award.

  • Grantee may publish, without charge to grant funds, the results of grant activity, provided that such publications (written, visual, or audio) contain an acknowledgment of OH and all sponsors’ grant support. The publication must also include the following statement: “Any views, findings, and conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this (publication) (program) (exhibition) (website) do not necessarily reflect the views of Oregon Humanities and other sponsors.” One copy of each such print publication must be furnished to OH at no charge; if the expense of making copies is in excess of $50.00, OH will pay for the cost of each such copy that it requests. A URL for any visual, digital, or audio media created through this grant funding is required in the Final Grant Report, so that OH can view the media.


  • Submit an Event Form to Oregon Humanities at least 10 business days prior to the start of each grant-funded event. This allows us to help get the word out about your event and possibly attend.

Grant Reporting Assets:

  • Archive copies of any materials (physical or digital) that demonstrate the promotion of the event to the public to submit with the Final Narrative Report Form.

  • Prepare a sharable link to a digital copy of any final publications or recordings produced using grant funds.

  • Record attendance at all grant-funded events (including in-person and online events) for reporting in the Final Narrative Report Form.

Reporting Requirements:

  • You must submit an Interim Report to Oregon Humanities by November 2, 2022.

  • You must submit a Final Report, which includes a Final Narrative Report and a Final Budget, to Oregon Humanities before or on May 30, 2023.

Extensions to the grant period:

  • If necessary, request changes to the duration of the grant period, in writing to Dawn Smallman, grants and programs coordinator, at or at (503) 241-0543, ext. 110, at least thirty (30) days prior to the end of the grant period. We cannot guarantee we can accommodate extension requests.


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