Wisconsin Pavilion, historic building located in Neilsville, Wisconsin, on the National Register of Historic Places.

Funds for Wisconsin Preservation

These public and private funding sources can help projects that preserve Wisconsin's historic places.

Assistance types include grants, low-cost loans, and tax credit programs.

Eligibility and application requirements vary according to each grantmaker.

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General Information

Small Deal Fund

National Trust Community Investment Corporation

This Fund invests in small historic tax credit projects.

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

A grant program to help local governments enhance transportation projects.

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Hart Family Funds for Small Towns

National Trust for Historic Preservation

Assists small town preservation and revitalization initiatives for towns with populations of 5,000 or less

American Architectural Foundation

This grants program helps local nonprofit design/civic groups produce public education programming for children.

Endres Manufacturing Company Foundation

This foundation provides financial support improve the educational and environmental resources in Dane County including historic preservation.

This grant provides funding for non-profit organizations benefitting Marathon County, Wisconsin.

This grant provides funding for projects that directly benefit Marathon County and its inhabitants.

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Historic Homes Tax Credit Program

State Historic Preservation Office, Wisconsin Historical Society

This program offers a 25-percent Wisconsin income tax credit for homeowners who rehabilitate historic, non-income-producing personal residences.

The J.M. Kaplan Fund

This grant seeks to provide funding for the preservation and protection of archaeological sites and the built environment

Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

These grants seek to improve community vitality and contribute to overall economic development
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Have Questions?

If you have questions about Historic Preservation Funding opportunities, please contact Joe DeRose by phone at 608-264-6512 or by email.

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