Funding sources and technical assistance for museums and historical agencies

a guide to public programs by Hartman, Hedy A.

Publisher: American Association for State and Local History in Nashville

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Statementcompiled by Hedy A. Hartman.
ContributionsAmerican Association for State and Local History.
LC ClassificationsAM11 .H33
The Physical Object
Pagination138 p. ;
Number of Pages138
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4409267M
ISBN 100910050406
LC Control Number79012596

  Find available funding opportunity announcements (FOAs) from the Office of Head Start (OHS) using the following methods. Check out the Administration for Children and Families FOA website. Search Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number on Use the FOA Locator map on the Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center. About one-quarter of the museums that apply each year win a GOS grant. People are often puzzled and suspicious of why some museums win and other do not. Reed Public Policy, Inc. has been analyzing the GOS grants since , first as a contractor to the U. S. Government, and then independently to prepare our book, How to Win a GOS Grant.   Museums apply for field-wide grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and for special-interest grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Science Foundation. Recent partnerships with public television have made the Corporation for Public Broadcasting a new funding. Preservation Assistance Grants help small and mid-sized institutions—such as libraries, museums, historical societies, archival repositories, cultural organizations, town and county records offices, and colleges and universities—improve their ability to preserve and care for .

IMLS is an independent agency created by the Museum and Library Services Act of (P.L). The Institute provides distinct programs of support for libraries and museums, and also encourages partnership between museums and libraries. The Office of Library Services provides grants to states directly or through sub-grants. National. funding constraints when considering some fund-raising options such as a gift shop, com­ munity fundraising and use fees. Like most museums, the Drummond Home must also scramble for alternative funding sources to help with its current operations as well as for future projects. assistance programs and are most vulnerable to volatile changes in the economy or energy markets. High energy users or households with a high energy burden also receive priority for weatherization services. Operations DOE works in partnership with state and local-level agencies . military service, and support returning veterans and their families. From colonial times, through the Revolution and Civil War, into the tumultuous 20th century, and right up to the present, wars have shaped the history of our nation in many ways. In order to ensure access to that history for future.

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Funding Sources and Technical Assistance for Museums and Historical Agencies: A Guide to Public Programs Abstract: There are many avenues of assistance open to museum professionals for the benefit of their institutions. Funding sources and technical assistance for museums and historical agencies: A guide to public programs [Hartman, Hedy A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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[Hedy A Hartman; American Association for State and Local History.]. Several small museums throughout the country associated with historical periods as well as art could benefit from the many grants the organization has provided since their conception in This list is a good start to some of the top small museum grants you should know about.

The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) administers programs and services specific to their particular State including the National Register of Historic Places programs (administered through each SHPO), as well as, but not limited to, tax incentives, easements, grants, technical assistance, Section review, and education programs.

Other Funding Sources. Funding for historic preservation comes from a variety of sources. The following information focuses on, but is not limited to, the rehabilitation of historic properties.

These programs are not administered by the Kansas Historical Society, but the list is. The Institute for Museum and Library Services has a Museums for America Grant that funds education, exhibition, collection management, policy creation, and training. The Funding sources and technical assistance for museums and historical agencies book offers grants in the amount of $ to $, for two- to three-year projects.

Small Museum Resources. Below, we have gathered a list of programs, services, and other resources that are specifically attuned to the needs of small museums. Please contact our webmaster if you have other helpful resources you would like to share with your colleagues ([email protected]).

Sources of Museum Grants, pg. 1 July GRANT FUNDING AND ASSISTANCE FOR HISTORY MUSEUMS The Texas Historical Commission’s (THC) Museum Services Program staff provides this document as a brief guide to grant sources. The document is not intended to serve as a grant writing or proposal development manual.

While it can. Museum Grant Resources. Grants are non-repayable funds or goods that provide financial assistance to tax-exempt organizations. A grant is an award that is accorded under the conditions that the funding will be used for a specific purpose with unique conditions.

Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation "Funding Sources and Technical Assistance for Museums and Historical Agencies: a Guide to Public Programs.". Funding for eligible organizations with heritage collections through the COVID Emergency Support Fund for Heritage Organizations component of the Museums Assistance Program.

Funding for other organizations, which may include some that do not currently receive funding from Canadian Heritage, the Canada Council for the Arts, Telefilm Canada or.

The Grantsmanship Center, established inis a social enterprise that provides training, publications, technical assistance and consulting to nonprofits. We’re a capacity-building organization. Overpeople like you have graduated from our trainings and gone on to win billions of dollars in grant funding.

Who takes our training. Application: The Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for FY (PDF KB) is now available. Program Overview: National Leadership Grants for Libraries (NLG-L) support projects that enhance the quality of library and archive services nationwide by advancing theory and practice.

DOE Weatherization and Intergovernmental Program EXIT—The Weatherization and Intergovernmental Program provides grants, technical assistance, and information tools to states, local governments, community action agencies, utilities, Indian tribes, and U.S.

territories for their energy programs. The funding can be used to encourage installation. Grants. Heritage Trust Fund (HTF) Competitive grant program for projects on national and state register-listed buildings.

Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) Grants that assist communities in planning for the preservation of their historic resources.

Other Funding Sources Funding for historic preservation comes from a variety of sources. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development | 7th Street S.W., Washington, DC Telephone: () TTY: () At the American Association of Museums, we have over the years compiled data into the funding sources of American museums.

Broadly defined, the four main categories of museum funding are gov-ernment grants, private donations, earned revenue and investment income. Let me explain each briefly. Government support comes from agencies at all. Funding for History Fund grants comes from three sources: donations of Ohio income tax refunds (the "tax check-off"), sales of Ohio History Mastadon license plates and individual contributions.

In the first three years of the Ohio History Fund, it has given almost $, in grants to 33 local history projects in a quarter of Ohio's 88 counties. The Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program provides technical and funding assistance to support preservation of the significant places and stories of Route Cost-share grants are available for preservation of the most significant and representative historic Route 66 buildings, structures, road segments, and cultural landscapes in the eight.

the funding sources in this guide, readers should pay close attention to the following: The purpose of each program Potential restrictions on funding Rules for eligibility As this guide only provides an overview of funding sources as of the time of publication, communities should also examine the agency.

Get details on funding options and business development services for small businesses. State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) Learn about assistance designed to help Connecticut’s small business community thrive in the global marketplace by increasing the value of small business exports.

In-House Technical Assistance available: DEMD offers many in-house technical capabilities and services to Tribes at no charge. Tribes can maximize the value of the EMDP projects by fully using DEMD’s services, or by using DEMD’s services in conjunction with reputable consultants.

Funding Opportunities. ANA project funding is available in short-term development terms of 12, 24, or 36 months. Learn more about funding opportunities from ANA and from other organizations.

Objective Panel Review. Each year, ANA convenes panels of experts to objectively analyze and score eligible grant applications. Museums for America is a funding opportunity offered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Grants are available for projects in three main areas: learning experiences, community anchors and collections stewardship. Grants of $5, to $, are good for up to three years. The technical assistance that HCSA provides to districts in the form of staffing, services, and coordination is supported by funding from a sophisticated tapestry of federal, state, and local dollars, as well as private philanthropic sources.

Apply for grant funding to help preserve, conserve, interpret, enhance, and educate the public about Iowa’s historical assets. The Historical Resource Development Program provides funding for documentary collections, historic preservation and museums.

ALABAMA FUNDING SOURCES These community and corporate foundations, nonprofit organizations and state agencies support preservation projects. PRIVATE SOURCES Community Foundations in Alabama There are 13 community foundations in Alabama, covering 78 percent of the counties in the state and holding assets that total more than $ million.

Museums that are supported by other state agency funding programs such as Art Museums, Aquariums, Arboretums, Botanical Gardens, Heritage Areas, Nature Centers, and Zoological Parks unless the museum has a discreet and itemized operating budget for its activities to be funded through the Cultural and Historical Support grants program.

is your place to find and apply for federal grants. Search for federal grants by keywords or more specific criteria. All discretionary grants offered by the 26 federal grant-making agencies can be found on You do not have to register with to find grant opportunities.

Understanding the Reporting and Oversight Process. Inthe Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA) set in motion a government-wide reporting procedure that has continued to evolve.

The law requires that information about entities and organizations receiving federal funds be disclosed to the public via a central website,   PA Historical & Museum Commission. 97 PA Housing Once you have identified potential funding sources, inquire with the in their communities, serve as a resource for grant information and broker training and technical assistance for local nonprofits.and more than 80 professionals from museums, state and local agencies, museum associations, foundations, and other organizations with key roles in the state and/or local museum sector pro- vided hours of astute and informed commentary in field interviews and data collection for the eight.