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Mini Grants

The Heritage Montgomery Mini-Grant Program supports groups in the county that contribute to interpreting, promoting, preserving, researching and/or supporting our historical legacy.  This program funds projects that encourage heritage activities with grants of up to $2,500.  Available to non-profit organizations and government entities.

HM Mini-Grant application forms are posted here annually during the month of August.  Applications are due in mid September for projects to be completed by June 30 of the following year.  Awards are announced in mid October.  Occasionally a second grant round is held in the spring.
 
 
Apply for FY15 Mini-Grants now!
Deadline for applications is September 24, 2014.
Call and discuss project with Sarah Rogers before you begin at 301-515-0753
 
 

 
FY 2014 Mini-Grant Recipients

 

Town of Brookeville – $2500 to develop a website for the War of 1812 Bicentennial Celebration in Brookeville

 

Glen Echo Partnership for Arts & Culture – $2000 to produce two short videos on Glen Echo’s Spanish Ballroom and Dentzel Carousel

 

King Barn Dairy MOOseum, Boyds – $2000 to develop a model milk train diorama for the MOOseum’s Milk Transportation exhibit

 

Montgomery County Historical Society, Rockville – $2500 for their annual History Conference

 

Montgomery Countryside Alliance, Poolesville –  $1000 for a “Growing Legacy” short film project

 

National Capital Trolley Museum, Colesville – $1800 for interpretive signage and materials

 

Peerless Rockville – $2500 to produce an historic Rockville wayfinding brochure

 

Sandy Spring Museum – $2500 for the museum’s Extreme Exhibit Makeover

 

Sugarloaf Regional Trails, Barnesville – $625 for Heritage Days programming and research on a Native American trail

 

Warren Historic Site Committee, Dickerson – $625 to revise and reprint the Warren Historic Site brochure


Grant recipients, please submit Final Report upon completion of project but no later than July 31, 2014.