October Newsletter Now Online

We have a lot of news to share this quarter:

  • The Annual Conference will soon be here. Click Here to Register Now!
  • The deadline for the Robert James Preservation Excellence Award has been extended to October 20th. Get your letters in as soon as possible! This year, thanks to an anonymous donor, there will be a cash award of $300.
  • There are still funds in our NCMC/NCPC Disaster Relief Grant program. Check out our website for guidelines.
  • NCPC is looking for a new Executive Director to start on July 1, 2022. This is a great opportunity to serve at a level of leadership in our state-wide organization.
  • Memberships in NCPC are pay-as-you-wish again this year. There is no better time for you or your organization to join

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NCPC Annual Conference-Save the Date

The NCPC Annual Conference will be held via Zoom on November 5, 2021. Our topic this year is “Adapting to a New Reality: How Cultural Institutions¬†are Responding to COVID-19.”

Registration is now open with a suggested rate of $30 per person, but you can choose to pay what you can.

If you would like to share how your organization approached Covid-19, please consider proposing a conference presentation. Presentation submissions are due October 4, 2021.

FY 2021-2022 Disaster Relief Grants

Credit: WFMY News 2

The North Carolina Museum Council and North Carolina Preservation Consortium are accepting grant applications for the Disaster Relief Grant program. These grants support member organizations who are affected by state or federally declared disasters within North Carolina.

Newly listed eligible storms include Tropical Storm Eta and Tropical Storm Fred.

Applicants must be a member of either NCMC or NCPC. Applications must be received between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022. For complete application information including how to apply, please see our Disaster Relief Grant website.