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National Trust Preservation Funds | Funding Historic Preservation | Wisconsin Historical Society

General Information

National Trust Preservation Funds

National Trust for Historic Preservation

National Trust Preservation Funds | Funding Historic Preservation | Wisconsin Historical Society

Grants from the National Trust Preservation Funds (NTPF) are intended to encourage preservation at the local level by providing seed money for preservation projects. The Trust is particularly interested in projects that relate to building sustainable communites, reimagining historic sites, promoting diveristy and place and/or protecting historic places on pubic lands. Only members of the National Trust at the Forum or Main Street levels are eligible to apply for funding.

Applicants must be capable of matching the grant amount dollar-for-dollar. A cash match is required and can come from private or public sources, or from income earned from registration fees or fundraising activities.  Donated materials and services, staff salaries and organizational overhead costs are not eligible sources of a match.  Other funding from the National Trust may not be used to match an NTPF grant.

 

Funding Program Details

Program Information

Program: National Trust Preservation Funds

Website: National Trust Preservation Funds: Guidelines & Eligibility

Organization: National Trust for Historic Preservation
National Trust for Historic Preservation
2600 Virginia Ave, NW Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20037

Funding Information

Amount Min: $2,500

Amount Max: $5,000

Assistance Types: Grant

Applicant Types: Individual or For-Profit Business, Non-Profit Organization, Unit of Government

Funding Types: Private foundation funding

Project Types:

Counties: All Counties

Contact Information

Email: Grants@savingplaces.org