Historic Preservation Fund – History of Equal Rights – Preservation Grants

Funded through the Historic Preservation Fund, the History of Equal Rights grant program preserves sites related to the struggle for any or all people to achieve equal rights in America. The History of Equal Rights grants are not limited to any specific group and are intended to include the broadest possible interpretation of sites associated with efforts to achieve equal rights.

Eligible costs: pre-preservation studies, architectural plans and specifications, historic structure reports, and the repair and rehabilitation of historic properties according to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Archeology and Historic Preservation.

Audience:Cities and Towns, Non-Profits, Education

Funder:National Park Service

Due Date:August 20, 2024

Max Award:Pre-preservation: $75,000; Preservation: $750,000

Min Award:Pre-preservation: $15,000; Preservation: $75,000

Match/Cost Share:None required.