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Indiana Humanities announces Historic Preservation Education Grant (US)

Indiana Humanities announces Historic Preservation Education Grant (US)

Deadline: 28-Feb-21

The Indiana Humanities is seeking applications for its Historic Preservation Education Grant to support programs that educate the community about historic places and properties and particularly about the need to preserve and protect them.

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To help promote knowledge of the state’s historic places and the many benefits of preservation, Indiana Humanities and Indiana Landmarks have joined together to offer Historic Preservation Education Grants to Indiana-based tax-exempt organizations.

Funding Information

Up to $2,500.
Eligibility Criteria

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To be eligible for a Historic Preservation Education Grant, the applicant must apply on behalf of an Indiana-based tax-exempt organization. Schools, public libraries, churches, community organizations, and government entities are eligible; 501(c)3 is not required. The grants will not be awarded to individuals or to for-profit entities.
Be related to historic places/properties in Indiana and have an educational purpose.
Include a preservation professional/expert in implementation and planning.
Be intended for a public or school audience.
Be presented at a site that is accessible according to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Include a plan for execution.
Not exceed $2,500 in requested funding.
Demonstrate at least a one-to-one match in cash or in-kind contributions from applicants’ organization or other sources.
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