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Preservation Grants

North Carolina Preservation Consortium

Funding Amount

$2,000 maximum

Matching Funds

Funding Cycle

Application deadline was March 15, 2023. The next cycle will be similar for 2024


Grants may be used to fund the following projects:
- Preservation assessments
- Collection assessments
- Preservation consultations
- Preservation Project Work
- Environmental monitoring equipment
- Storage furniture and enclosures
- Tools and equipment for repair and conservation
- Conservation of collections
- Education and Training
- Multiple Projects

For additional detail for each project, visit the general website:

Who Can Apply

Applicants must be institutional members of NCPC. Grants are not awarded to individuals.

Applicants must:
- Have legal custody of the collections that are the focus of the grant application
- Have at least one staff member responsible for preservation who will oversee the implementation and completion of the project for which grant funds are requested
- Institutions must comply with the Responsibilities of Preservation Grant Recipients

Additional Eligibility Requirements

Guidelines for Awarding Preservation Grants:

Submitting Application Guidelines
- Download and complete applications for the NCPC Preservation Grant and/or NCPC Preservation Grant by visiting the webpage. NCPC Preservation Grant Application (MS Word form)
- Applications and letters of support may be submitted by email or by U.S. Mail. All required application materials must be received or postmarked by March 15th to be considered

By Email:
Ellie East, NCPC Executive Director
By U.S. Mail:
NCPC Grant Program
North Carolina Preservation Consortium
P.O. Box 2651
Durham, NC 27715-2651


North Carolina

Additional Information

If you have questions about NCPC Preservation Grants please contact:

Chris Whitten, Chair
Preservation Grants Committee

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