Greater Hudson Heritage Network
DescriptionThe Network is dedicated to advancing the preservation and interpretation of New York State's historical, ethnic, and cultural heritages. The Network's Conservation Treatment Grant Program provides support for treatment procedures by professional conservators to aid in stabilizing and preserving objects in collections of museums as well as historical and cultural organizations throughout the state of New York. Grants of up to $7,500 are provided to nonprofit museums, historical organizations, and other cultural institutions that own, care for, and exhibit collections to the public. In awarding grants, the Network emphasizes institutions lacking in-house conservation staff with expertise in the area for which support is requested. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
Contact information and additional details are available to members of the Society.
Funding Alert is intended to highlight key grant opportunities for nonprofit leaders with limited time for research. For a more comprehensive database of grants, the Society is also proud to provide all of our members will full access to GrantStation. GrantStation includes a database of over 5,000 current grant opportunities and other resources designed for grant professionals.
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