FY 2021 Heritage Grant Recipient, Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, for restoration on the historic clock tower on the Bromo-Seltzer building.

Heritage Fund Now Accepting Applications

10/17/2022
By Dana Cohen

The Heritage Fund, a cooperative effort of Preservation Maryland and the Maryland Historical Trust, is now accepting applications. The Fund provides direct assistance for the protection of historical and cultural resources and promotes innovative demonstration projects that can be successfully replicated to meet Maryland’s historic preservation needs. The Fund is intended to serve the needs of tangible cultural resources in Maryland. Historic sites, buildings, districts, objects, and archaeological resources are all eligible for funding.

Non-profit organizations and local jurisdictions are eligible to apply. Eligible projects fall into three general categories: education and research, planning and feasibility, and repair and rehabilitation. The minimum grant is $1,000 and the maximum grant is $10,000. Application deadline is March 31, 2023. Of note: Heritage Fund grants will now be awarded once annually (vs. two times a year as was done in years prior). The funding pool remains the same. 

PROJECTS ELIGIBLE FOR FUNDING

Projects must be located in the state of Maryland Non-profit organizations and local jurisdictions are eligible to apply.

If you are applying for a grant Preservation Initiatives Manager, Maria Mougridis remains available by email at mmougridis@presmd.org

Click Here to Apply

More information about terms and criteria, visit our Heritage Fund page.

 

Dana Cohen · Director of Communications

As an award-winning communications professional who creates and manages strategic campaigns, Dana works with our team and partners to tell the stories about our important preservation work and highlight what makes Maryland’s historic buildings, communities, and landscapes special.

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