Free Info Session for Preservation Grants: Greenport - 12/4
Applications due by 3/26/18 for Preserve New York Grants
ALBANY, NY (11/20/2017) (readMedia)-- Not-for-profit groups and municipalities are invited to attend a free information session on Preserve New York and Technical Assistance Grants (TAG), the signature grant programs of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and the Preservation League of New York State.
The meeting will be held on Monday, December 4 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. at the Little Red Schoolhouse – the 1840 Schoolhouse Museum on Front Street and 1st Street in Greenport. Frances Gubler, Manager of Technical & Grant Programs at the Preservation League will explain the requirements of the grants, the process of applying, and discuss some successful previous applicants.
The meeting is co-sponsored by the Greenport Historic Preservation Commission and the Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities. There is no cost to attend but reservations are required. Please contact the League at (518) 462-5658 x10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. This workshop is open to the public, but targeted toward municipal officials and nonprofit groups that manage historic structures.
The application deadline for 2018 Preserve New York grants is Monday, March 26, 2018. Prospective applicants must discuss proposed projects with Preservation League staff before receiving an application. Contact Frances Gubler, Manager of Technical & Grant Programs for more information or to request an application.
Preserve New York
The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and Preservation League of New York State (PLNYS), with additional support from The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation, are pleased to offer the 2018 Preserve New York (PNY) Grant Program. Preserve New York supports historic structure reports, building condition reports, cultural landscape reports, and cultural resource surveys.
Eligible projects may include but not be limited to: a historic structure report for a historic site; a building condition report for a local library; a cultural landscape report for an Olmsted-designed park; or a cultural resource survey of a downtown or residential neighborhood.
Thanks to the generous support and partnership with The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation, Preserve New York has additional funding for applications from Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
The Preservation League invests in people and projects that champion the essential role of preservation in community revitalization, sustainable economic growth, and the protection of our historic buildings and landscapes. It leads advocacy, economic development and education programs across New York State.
The Preserve New York Grant and Technical Assistance Grant programs are made possible through funding from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
For more information on the League's signature grant programs, please call 518-462-5658 x10 or visit www.preservenys.org.