- National Trust for Historic Preservation - February Preservation Fund
These grants provide nonprofit organizations and municipalities the opportunity to gain technical expertise needed for particular projects, and act as a catalyst to encourage financial support by the private and nonprofit sectors.
- Certified Local Government Program (CLG)
The CLG program is a partnership between municipal governments and the state historic preservation program, to encourage and expand local involvement in preservation-related activities.
- Conservation License Plate Grant Program - Moose Plate Grants
The New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources provides grants under the Conservation License Plate Program, commonly called the "Moose Plate" program, for the conservation and preservation of significant publicly owned historic resources or artifacts that contribute to New Hampshire's history and cultural heritage.
- State Arts Council Grant Information
The Arts Council supports the efforts of arts and non-arts organizations and individual artists through a variety of grants
- Preserve America
The Preserve America community designation recognizes communities that protect and celebrate their heritage, use their historic assets for economic development and community revitalization and encourage people to experience and appreciate local historic resources through education and heritage tourism programs.
National Fund for Sacred Places
Partners for Sacred Places and the National Trust for Historic Preservation are collaborating to provide grant funding to strengthen the sacred places in your community. Historic sacred places are often the oldest, and most beautiful, buildings within our communities. This fund aims to help keep these places as an important part of our national cultural heritage. The National Fund for Sacred Places provides training, planning grants, and capital grants from $50,000 to $250,000 for congregations of all faiths.
- Funding Tips
Keys to Success for Local Preservation Efforts