Tagged as Heritage Fund

08/30/2017
By Jessica Feldt

Video: Heritage Fund Grant FAQ Answered

Does your Maryland preservation project need funding? The Heritage Fund grant program recently surpassed the $1 million dollar mark providing direct funding to historic preservation projects across Maryland! And there are two application periods each year.

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The Historical Society of Harford County is headquartered in the ca. 1936 former U.S. Post Office for the Town of Bel Air. Since 2012, the Society has been fundraising and working towards restoration and rehabilitation of the building. The Heritage Fund recently funded the removal of a non-historic vestibule to reveal the finely-detailed entrance.

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The Church Hill Theatre in Queen’s Anne County recently received a Heritage Fund grant to repair cracks in it’s exterior stucco work. As a cultural and entertainment hub for the community, the organization turned their performances into fundraisers, too, to continue to care for their historic buildings.

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07/26/2017
By Jessica Feldt

Help Restore Vandalized St. Thomas Cemetery

In early June 2017, vandals damaged dozens of historic gravestones in the cemetery of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. The congregation is now reaching out to preservationists and the community to help make the needed repairs.

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