Maryland Historical Trust (MHT)
07/30/21 11:59 PM
Grants to Maryland nonprofit organizations and government agencies for historic preservation projects. Applicants must submit a preliminary application prior to submitting a full proposal. Funding is intended to support a wide range of planning, survey, research, and educational activities involving architectural, archaeological, or cultural resources. Priority will be given to projects that focus on the impacts of climate change and natural disasters, in-depth archaeological and architectural studies, and broad-based archaeological and architectural surveys.
Historic Preservation Non-Capital grants provide support for a wide variety of research, survey, planning, and educational activities involving architectural, archaeological, or cultural resources. Eligible activities may include preservation plans, historic and cultural resource surveys, educational outreach programs, and National Register nominations. For eligible projects and activities, see https://mht.maryland.gov/documents/PDF/grants/NonCap/NonCap_Grant_Guidelines_and_Manual.pdf#page=4.
In FY 2022, special priority will be given to:
MHT grant funds must be used for costs directly related to research, survey, planning, and educational activities involving architectural, archaeological, or cultural resources. For eligible costs, see https://mht.maryland.gov/documents/PDF/grants/NonCap/NonCap_Grant_Guidelines_and_Manual.pdf#page=6.
GrantWatch ID#: 124187
Individual Non-Capital Grant awards generally range from $5,000 to $75,000. The maximum award is $75,000.
Projects generally should be completed within twenty-four (24) months of the execution date of the grant agreement.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Organization status information can be obtained by contacting the State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) at 301 W. Preston Street, Baltimore, MD 21201, 410-767-1184, or through its website at http://dat.state.md.us/.
For assistance in developing a scope of work and budget for your proposal, please contact the MHT staff member responsible for your project discipline:
Archaeology: Matt McKnight, 410-697-9572 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Architectural Survey: Heather Barrett, 410-697-9536 or email@example.com
All other projects, and for further assistance in preparation of your application: Karen Golder, 410-697-9550 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Maryland Historical Trust
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Crownsville, MD 21032-2023
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