CategoryArts & Culture
DescriptionThe Foundation seeks to promote knowledge, preservation, and accessibility of America’s heritage through increasing educational opportunities of future conservators and curators in the field of fine craftsmanship and through preservation and presentation of unique collections in alignment with the interests and collections of the Adolph and Ginger Meyer family. Funded projects include the preservation and/or acquisition of high style, classic, handcrafted furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries as well as supporting their placement with charitable and educational institutions, and/or the U.S. government. The Foundation also funds career development support for curatorial and conservation internships within major institutions and universities and restoration projects for heritage buildings and cultural landscapes that are listed or eligible for listing in the National Register of historic places. Priority will be given to requests that are supported by multiple sources, sustainable over time, and for one year. Nonprofits located or operate in the state of Michigan are also a priority. Additional information including a grant application can be found on the Web site.
Contact information for grant listings is only available to members of the Society. Over 5,000 current grants are available through GrantStation.com access, included with all paid Society memberships.
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