Grants Now Available: African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund

African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund:  Telling the Full American Story

If you or someone you know has a historic place such as a site, museum, or landscape representing African American cultural heritage, you’ll want to submit your Letter of Intent for the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund.

From capital projects to organizational capacity building, there are many ways that you can put this funding, ranging from $50,000 to $150,000, to use within your community.

2018 Fund Recipients

Last year was the Action Fund’s inaugural year, and we heard from a diverse group of organizations from across the country working towards telling the full American story. The need for this type of funding is clear and we were able to support 16 projects with a total of $1.1 million in funding.

From the City of Birmingham in Alabama to the South Side Community Art Center in Chicago, learn more about the 2018 Action Fund recipients.

Visit Forum.SavingPlaces.org/aachactionfund for access to the application, guidelines and criteria for submitting your Letter of Intent, and for more information about the program.

Sign up for Updates!

Pass this email along to your colleagues and peers who are looking for funding for their projects, and encourage them to sign up for National Trust Preservation Funds updates so they learn about deadlines and special grants throughout the year. In order to receive grants from the National Trust, they will need to be a Forum member at the organization level.

For more information or to apply, visit the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund website. Deadline for letters of intent is Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 11:59 pm local time.