Kentucky Historical Society (KHS)
10/15/21 - Postmarked
Grants of up to $1,000 and grants of up to $2,500 to Kentucky agencies, schools, libraries, nonprofit organizations, and museums for the planning and implementation of projects related to history and preservation. Eligible activities may include social media platforms, websites, collections care, local history education programs, publications on local history, and documentaries.
The Kentucky Local History Trust Fund is designed to build stronger museums and local history organizations across the Commonwealth. Grants provided by the Kentucky Local History Trust Fund will assist museums and history-related organizations with their long-term growth, development, and sustainability.
Types of available grants:
GrantWatch ID#: 186797
- Planning Grants: Funding range is between $290 and $1,000.
- Implementation Grants: Funding range is between $290 and $2,500.
For projects to begin January 2022
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
When you have completed your grant application, mail one copy to:
Kentucky Local History Trust Fund
c/o The Kentucky Historical Society
100 W. Broadway
Frankfort, KY 40601
If you have questions about your organization qualifying for a grant, please call the Kentucky Historical Society at 502-782-8064 or email Dr. Amanda Higgins at email@example.com.
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