FY 2021-2022 Disaster Relief Grants

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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.

Preservation Grant Deadline March 15, 2021

Preservation grants from the North Carolina Preservation Consortium promote the preservation of collections in libraries, museums, archives, and historic sites; monuments, memorials, and outdoor art; archaeological sites and collections; and historic and cultural architecture. The maximum award is $2,000.00. Grant applications are due March 15, 2021. It’s never too late to start your application packet.

See our slideshow for helpful hints on applying for an NCPC Preservation grant. The application and other useful information can be found on our Preservation Grants website.

And don’t forget we have the new Disaster Relief Grant available to members of NCPC or NCMC. Information on that program can be found on the Disaster Relief Grant website.

NC Preserves October 2019 Issue Now Available

 

 

The October 2019 issue of NC Preserves is now available. In this issue:

  • Details on the upcoming Annual Conference. You won’t want to miss this event, register now!
  • A 2nd round of NCMC/NCPC Hurricane Assistance Grants has been announced.
  • NCPC Preservation Grant update from Mendenhall Homeplace. Applications are due March 15, 2020, for the next round of grants.
  • NCPC Institutional Member High Point Museum receives National Endowment for the Humanities grant. Read about the project that got funded through NEH.
  • In other preservation news the Institute of Museum and Library Services released a new report based on the Heritage Health Survey; and LYRASIS Performing Arts Readiness is helping theaters and other performing arts venues prepare for and recover from disasters. Two great pieces of preservation information to know about.

Thanks for reading and don’t forget to renew your membership to get discounts on workshop and Annual Conference registrations.