The MHCP has received approximately $400,000 in grants and contracts from government and non-profit organizations. For example, the Maya Project helped manage the five year grant from the Georgia Governors Office of Highway Safety, which received the 2008 Planning for Zero Deaths Award. In 2014 the MHCP received two grants: one from the Institute for Global Initiatives to establish a "transnational internship in Guatemala" and another grant, from the College of Humanities and Social Studies, to produce a needs/gap analysis for Latino/migrant families in Cherokee County, Georgia. In 2015 the MHCP co-directed a Needs Assessment Survey in Metropolitan Atlanta for the Latin American Association. Currently the MHCP is developing information videos in the Maya languages for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.