Since its inception in 1977, the Puerto Rican Endowment for the Humanities (FPH, for its acronym in Spanish) has sponsored countless humanistic projects and programs. Topics of history, culture, literature, art, philosophy, and all those areas that define the humanities are approached in different ways in order promote the knowledge of the humanities in Puerto Rico. The Endowment receives mostly funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities. As a non-profit organization and to continue our great task successfully, the Endowment needs your support. Your donation, tax deductible, can have a beneficial impact on countless cultural and academic entities, teachers, students and Puerto Ricans on the island and in the diaspora. Be part of this movement and help us with your donation!
The FPH is an independent, non-profit organization affiliated with the National Endowment for the Humanities and dedicated to promoting the values of the humanities through its own initiatives. Through these initiatives, it seeks to strengthen the teaching of humanities topics at all educational levels, bring the humanities to groups that traditionally do not have access to them, promote the analysis of current issues, encourage the use of innovative technology and promote a better appreciation of our culture within the context of humanistic knowledge. Among our many achievements, the Endowment has a collection of about 240 publications, 243 posters, 155 documentaries, 18 TV programs and 12 CDs of Music, product of our sponsored projects.
With your donation to the Endowment you are sponsoring various projects and programs such as:
- Subsidiary program – activities such as forums, workshops, seminars, documentaries, internet pages and publications are sponsored.
- The Encyclopedia of Puerto Rico Online (www.enciclopediapr.org)
- Humanist of the Year Award
- Tertulia en la ciudad- our TV program awarded with an Emmy 2017
- Audiovisual collection – more than 155 humanistic documentaries
- Program of University Dialogues
- Conferences in schools
- Program of Cultural Centers in different towns of the Island