The Alan Hagman Grant


Applications are only accepted at the entry form link.

The following should be included:

A Statement of Purpose (750 words maximum). 

  • Create a working headline for your proposal, and boil it down to the basics.
  • It should explain how you propose to use the $5,000 grant.

A proposed timeline for the project

  • State the resources and approach you expect to use and how NPPF might assist you.

Résumé:  A concise résumé highlighting the depth of your experience, the quality of your work and your commitment to completing a project of consequence.

References: Contact information for three references are required.

  • Provide names, email addresses, phone numbers, and a brief statement describing your relationship with the references. Letters are not needed.

Provide examples of your work that indicate your professional level and ability: 

  • Upload pictures, video links, or picture stories to NPPF’s online system. Please click to read the image preparation requirements.
  • Links to your website, to published projects, or a listing of books or shows produced may be included.
  • Applicants warrant that the photographs and other material submitted to the Alan Hagman Grant are their own work.

Applications Deadline Extended to November 10, 2023, at 11:59 p.m. EDT.   Entries may be edited up to the deadline.

Judging and interviews: A panel of judges appointed by NPPF will review entries and interview finalists.

FAQ: Questions may be emailed to