After your organization has been approved to host an AZ Speaks presentation, you are ready to make a payment.
DO NOT pay for a presentation if you have not received confirmation from Arizona Humanities. If you would like to pay for an AZ Speaks presentation by credit card, please submit your contract # and date of presentation in the boxes below and click the button to pay through PayPal.
For checks, please make check payable to Arizona Humanities and mail to 1242 N. Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004.
Promoting Your AZ Speaks Program
Arizona Humanities requires that host organizations generate publicity for each program and secure an audience of at least 30 people. Organizations must add the Arizona Humanities logo or the language “This program is made possible by Arizona Humanities” to all publicity materials (flyers, press release, website, postcards, etc.)
Visit our Logos page for all high-resolution logos.
The more you can share your program with different audiences, the more that people understand the role and the importance of the humanities.
Ideas to help market the program in your community:
Begin 4-6 weeks prior to the date of the program
Create a flyer/poster/postcard for your venue
Include the program announcement on your website
Add your program to community calendar listings
Send out an email to your e-mail list
Write and submit a press release to local media announcing the program
Post about the program on social media
Share the program announcement with local schools, city council, libraries, tourism board/visitors center, chamber of commerce, professional society newsletters
Invite your elected congressional officials and/or their staff
Arizona Humanities also helps promote AZ Speaks programs to our statewide audiences.
Monthly programs e-blast to over 5,000 subscribers
Selected programs are highlighted in the:
Social Media – facebook, twitter, instagram
Audience Evaluations are required for each AZ Speaks program. Please print and distribute to your audience on the day of the presentation. Do not modify the evaluation form without prior approval. Please note: this is not the Project Director evaluation. The Project Director evaluation is located within the online host portal. Once complete, the audience evaluations must be uploaded into the Project Director evaluation or mailed to the Arizona Humanities office (1242 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004).
If you are creating newsletter articles, e-mails, social media posts, or press releases, here are some talking points about Arizona Humanities. This also includes a brief overview of the organization in case you find yourself needing to explain background and history of Arizona Humanities.
The mission of Arizona Humanities is to build a just and civil society by creating opportunities to explore our shared human experiences through discussion, learning and reflection.
Arizona Humanities strives to help Arizonans better understand themselves and the world around them through grants to organizations and public programs that explore the human experience.
Arizona Humanities is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and the Arizona affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Visit azhumanities.org for more information about Arizona Humanities.