The Maya Heritage Community Project has sponsored and hosted a number of events at Kennesaw State UniversityThe MHCP has received approximately $500,000 in grants and contracts from government and non-profit organizations.  Some examples: the five year grant from the Georgia Governors Office of Highway Safety, which awarded the Maya Project and Kennesaw State University the prestigious 2008 Planning for Zero Deaths Award.  The Maya Health Toolkit for Medical Providers was funded under contract from Bridging Refugee Youth and Children's Services.  In 2015 the MHCP co-directed a Needs Assessment Survey in Metropolitan Atlanta for the Latin American Association, and developed information videos in Maya languages for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.