Funding available for community redevelopment, revitalization and investment capital projects.
The National Park Service’s Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization Grants Program is accepting applications through Tuesday, Feb. 22, to support programs for the rehabilitation of historic properties and the economic development of rural communities.
$1 million in grants will be awarded to 25 historic and culturally significant restaurants throughout the United States.
Humanities-based organizations eligible for up to $10,000; applications accepted from May 1 to 15, 2020.
Input sought on how funding will be distributed in Delaware for humanities-based organizations facing financial hardship due to the coronavirus. Deadline: April 20, 2020
Grants support rehabilitation work on historic houses of worship.
Program supports the preservation of historic buildings in rural communities that are listed, or eligible for inclusion, in the National Register of Historic Places.
Local governments that recognize the importance of historic preservation and its role in creating sustainable, economically-viable communities are encouraged to pursue Certified Local Government (CLG) status. The CLG Program strengthens preservation efforts at the local-level by providing technical and financial assistance, while encouraging successful preservation programs and practices. As part of the nationwide CLG Program, […]
Program supports preservation activities at historic properties. Deadline: Dec. 14, 2018.
Grant to fund capital improvements and programmatic activities at the New Castle Green, New Castle Court House, John Dickinson Plantation and Fort Christina National Historic Landmark.