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Applications are now being accepted for financial support from the National Fund for Sacred Places, a comprehensive program that provides training, planning grants, technical assistance, capacity-building support and capital grants up to $250,000 to congregations of all faiths for rehabilitation work on their historic facilities. During 2020, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the women’s suffrage movement, special emphasis will be placed on sacred places where women made an impact on the history of their congregations. Letters of intent due April 22, 2020.