One way we do this is through the Heritage Grants Program, providing grants to heritage owners and custodians, local government and the community to deliver a broad range of heritage outcomes.
Details on the grants, including eligibility, is available in each of the grant category guidelines below for information. The purpose of this grant category is to support the protection or repairs to gazetted Aboriginal Places, items on the State Heritage Register or items with a current Interim Heritage Order that have been damaged by unexpected events such as an extreme storm or accident and where your insurance does not cover this cost. Submit your application in SmartyGrants. Full eligibility criteria and other details are in the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Grants Guidelines The Caring for State Heritage Grants provides funding to support the understanding, conservation, protection and activation of items listed on the State Heritage Register.
For projects which interpret an item listed on the State Heritage Register go to the Community Heritage Grants category.
Check to see if your item is listed on the State Heritage Register. Full eligibility criteria and other details are in the Caring for State Heritage Grants Guidelines The Community Heritage Grants focuses on enabling local councils and communities to identify, conserve, interpret and promote heritage.
Some activities in this grant stream are only available to local government organisations while others are open to a broader group of applicants. Eligible activities are detailed in the Community Heritage Grants Guidelines Potential applicants are encouraged to prepare their project ideas early. When preparing your project application, it is helpful to consider the following questions:.
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Grants Administration. Grants Administration Process The City of Chicago receives grant funds from federal and state agencies, private foundations, and other entities, that are used to support ongoing City services, programs, and capital improvements.
OBM administers CDBG grant funds while departments manage the contracts executed between the City and not-for-profit "delegate agencies" throughout Chicago. These funds are mostly used on infrastructure projects and housing rehabilitation. Emergency Solutions Grants ESG The ESG program helps provide essential services for homeless individuals, including emergency shelter and intervention strategies for families at risk of becoming homeless.
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