The latest edition of NC Preserves is now available. In this issue you can read about the NCPC Preservation Grants and Disaster Grants. As well as scholarship opportunities to upcoming conferences across the state.
The deadline for applications for the NCPC Preservation Grants is March 15, 2021. Get your applications in!
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To provide funds for collection supplies for institutions affected by disasters declared either by the state (North Carolina) or federal authorities. These include but are not limited to hurricanes, floods, tornados, wildfires, and earthquakes.
Funds will be awarded between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021. Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. Grants will be awarded until funds earmarked for the fiscal year are depleted.
Institutions affected by Federal and State declared disaster events from 2016 to present are eligible to apply for funding. Applications citing global pandemics, including Ebola and Covid-19, will not be accepted.
Applicants must be institutional members of NCPC or NCMC, and must be within the declared North Carolina disaster areas as defined by FEMA or the Governor of North Carolina. Grants are not awarded to individuals.
Maximum award is $1,000. NCPC and NCMC seeks to fund as many worthwhile grants as possible. Grant proposals of any amount up to $1,000 are welcome.