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Accent on Architecture Grants Program | Funding Historic Preservation | Wisconsin Historical Society

General Information

Accent on Architecture Grants Program

American Architectural Foundation

Accent on Architecture Grants Program | Funding Historic Preservation | Wisconsin Historical Society

The American Architectural Foundation's Accent on Architecture Grants Program helps local nonprofit design and civic organizations produce innovative public education programming.

The program is open to AIA components. Their affiliated 501(c)(3) organizations are also eligible to apply. Proposed projects must be specifically aimed at increasing awareness, appreciation, and understanding of architecture and design among K–12 students.

In past years, successful grant recipients have enlisted design professionals, educators, community leaders, government officials, business leaders, and others to enrich the public's understanding and appreciation of architecture and design. In addition to enhancing the visibility and public understanding of architecture, this program aims to strengthen long-term relationships between communities and local design groups.

Funding Program Details

Program Information

Program: Accent on Architecture Grants Program

Website: Accent on Architecture Grants

Organization: American Architectural Foundation

1799 New York Ave NW
Washington, D.C. 20006

Funding Information

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Assistance Types: Grant

Applicant Types: Nonprofit Organization

Funding Types:Private foundation funding

Project Types: Educational Program

Counties: All counties

Contact Information

American Architectural Foundation

    Phone: 202-787-1001

    Email: info@archfoundation.org

    Online Contact Form