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MHAA Grants in Review — 20 Years of Grants to Organizations in the Heritage Area

Jul 20 2021

MHAA Grants in Review — 20 Years of Grants to Organizations in the Heritage Area

MHAA logoMaryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA) Project Grants Awarded by Fiscal Year (Excludes Management and Marketing Grants) — Scroll Down for a list Sorted By Grantee Organization

FY22 – Total Grants: $264,039

Annapolis Community Foundation, with Annapolis Greek Heritage Organization (AGHO) – $7,500

  • Annapolis Greek Heritage Project (non-capital grant – $7,500)

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $95,000

  • Lighting the Park – A Public Safety and Accessibility Project (capital grant – $95,000)

Chesapeake Arts Center – $62,750

  • Expanded Gallery Space and Exhibitions Program at CAC (capital grant – $62,750)

Galesville Community Center – $49,500

  • Persistence, Purpose and Preservation: Rosenwald Schools in Anne Arundel County (non-capital grant – $49,500)

Galesville Heritage Society – $8,524

  • GHS Replacement and Acquisition of Outdoor Interpretive Panels (non-capital grant – $8,524)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $15,765

  • Enhancing the Visitor Experience in the Gardens (non-capital grant – $15,765)

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) – $25,000

  • Woodlawn Heritage Trail Planning and Design (non-capital grant – $25,000)

 

FY21 – Total Grants: $448,795

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $130,795

  • Restoration of the Skipjack Wilma Lee (capital grant – $34,841)
  • Phase 1 Improvements at the Park Campus (capital grant – $95,954)

Captain Avery Museum – $10,000

  • From Vision to Reality (non-capital grant – $10,000)

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) – $50,000

  • Sellman-Kirkpatrick-Howat House: Exhibit Planning-Phase II Completion of Design (non-capital grant – $50,000)

Historic Annapolis – $58,000

  • William Paca Garden Accessibility: Planning Phase (capital grant – $8,000)
  • History of Annapolis Exhibit: Fabrication and Installation (non-capital – $50,000)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $100,000

  • Educational Pavilion Construction (capital grant – $100,000)

Preservation Maryland – $100,000

  • Stabilization of the Captain William Burtis House (capital grant – $100,000)

 

FY20 – Total Grants: $429,500

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $50,000

  • “Our Changing Waterfront” — Exhibit Fabrication & Installation (non-capital grant – $50,000)

Anne Arundel County – $50,000

  • Boundary Amendment Study for ALTSCHA (non-capital grant – $50,000)

Captain Avery Museum – $23,000

  • A Vision for Visitation (capital grant – $23,000)

Chesapeake Children’s Museum – $40,000

  • Welcome Way (capital grant – $40,000)

Historic Annapolis – $24,000

  • History of Annapolis Exhibit: Design Documentation Completion (non-capital grant – $24,000)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $94,000

  • Southern Side Enhancement: Horticulture Complex Design (capital grant – $94,000)

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts – $100,000

  • East Iconic Façade Repair and Improvements (capital grant – $100,000)

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) – $48,500

  • Sellman-Kirkpatrick-Howitt House: Museum Exhibit Planning-Phase I (non-capital grant – $48,500)

 

FY20 COVID-19 Emergency Grants – Total Grants: $50,000

Historic Annapolis – $10,000

  • COVID-19 Emergency Grant (emergency grant – $10,000)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $10,000

  • COVID-19 Emergency Grant (emergency grant – $10,000)

Captain Avery Museum – $10,000

  • COVID-19 Emergency Grant (emergency grant – $10,000)

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $20,000

  • COVID-19 Emergency Grant (emergency grant – $20,000)

 

 

FY19 – Total Grants: $277,000

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $50,000

  • New Permanent Exhibit: “White Gold: The Lure & Legacy of the Maryland Oyster” (non-capital grant – $50,000)

Captain Avery Museum – $22,000

  • Smart, Safe Public Parking (capital grant – $22,000)

Hammond-Harwood House Association – $10,000

  • Creating 18th-Century Curb Appeal – A Cultural Landscape Study for Hammond-Harwood House (non-capital grant – $10,000)

Historic Annapolis – $25,000

  • Capital Masonry Repairs at 99 Main Street (capital grant – $25,000)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $20,000

  • William Brown House Restoration for Improved Interpretation and Visitor Access (capital grant – $20,000)

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts – $50,000

  • Improved Public Access for the Arts – Wayfinding and Signage (non-capital grant – $50,000)

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) – $100,000

  • Sellman House Building Envelope and Interior: Restoration of Windows, Doors and Marble Fireplace Mantles (capital grant – $100,000)

 

FY18 – Total Grants: $119,000

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $35,000

  • Phase 2 of exhibit, “White Gold” (non-capital grant – $35,000)

Historic Annapolis – $50,000

  • History of Annapolis in 99 Objects (non-capital grant – $50,000)

Lost Towns Project – $34,000

  • A Multi-Media Enhancement of Four Rivers’ African American Heritage Trail (non-capital grant – $34,000)

 

FY17 – Total Grants: $210,000

Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau with ALTSCHA – $25,000

  • Marketing the Heritage Area with ALTSCHA (marketing grant – $25,000)

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $25,000

  • New exhibit, “White Gold: Fishing and Farming the Maryland Oyster” (non-capital grant – $25,000)

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts – $80,000

  • Improved public access for the Arts-exterior doors and entranceways (capital grant – $80,000)

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) – $80,000

  • Sellman House rehabilitation for Visitor Orientation Center (capital grant – $80,000)

 

FY16 – Total Grants: $130,000

Anne Arundel County – $40,000

  • AACO P&Z project, “Before the Bay Bridge: Anne Arundel County’s 20th Century Beach Resorts” (non-capital grant – $40,000)

Historic Annapolis – $90,000

  • MHAA grant for the renovation of 1 Martin Street: construction phase (capital grant – $90,000)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $5,000

  • MHAA grant for accessibility and planning for the historic area to address ADA issues (capital)

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts – $81,737

  • MHAA Grant for the metal stairwell window restoration (capital)

 

FY15 – Total Grants: $55,965

Galesville Community Center – $30,665

  • Interpretation phase of Field of Dreams, a companion program to the Smithsonian’s traveling exhibit (non-capital grant – $30,665)

Historic Annapolis – $25,300

  • Website redesign and mobile walking tour (non-capital grant – $12,000)
  • Capital repairs to the “Hogshead” structure (capital grant – $13,300)

 

FY14 – Total Grants: $236,000

Charles Carroll House of Annapolis, Inc. – $35,000

  • Structural repairs and stabilization of the façade of the Charles Carroll House, damaged by Hurricane Sandy (capital grant – $35,000)

City of Annapolis – $65,500

  • Pedestrian Component of the City’s Wayfinding Signage and Master Plan. Grant funds will support a comprehensive wayfinding signage system including signs and information kiosks (capital grant – $65,500)

Historic Annapolis – $45,500

  • Renovation project for 1 Martin Street property, for education and preservation programs and partnerships (capital grant – $45,500)

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts – $90,000

  • Restoration of 8 windows in the Maryland Hall auditorium, as part of a larger restoration of the main stage theater (capital grant – $90,000)

 

FY13 – Total Grants: $147,725

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $30,000

  • Phase II of their “Technology Integration Project” (non-capital grant – $30,000)

Anne Arundel County Trust for Preservation, Inc. – $30,000

  • “Archaeological Examination: The Wilson Farmstead & Hot Sox Ball Field” (non-capital grant – $30,000)

Captain Avery Museum – $6,225

  • Emergency roof replacement (capital grant – $6,225)

Historic Annapolis – $66,500

  • Repairs and reopening of the “Historic Waterfront Warehouse” (capital grant – $16,500)
  • Continuation of project “Freedom Bound: Runaways of the Chesapeake” exhibit (non-capital grant – $50,000)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $15,000

  • Final phase in the “Carpenter Shop Reconstruction” (capital grant – $15,000)

 

FY12 – Total Grants: $75,500

Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau with ALTSCHA – $30,000

  • Marketing the Heritage Area with ALTSCHA (marketing grant – $30,000)

Anne Arundel County Trust for Preservation, Inc. – $15,500

  • Developing a community-based Master Plan for the Wilson Farmstead and Hot Sox Ball Field (non-capital grant – $15,500)

Historic Annapolis – $30,000

  • Capital and safety repairs of the William Paca House (capital grant – $11,000)
  • “Freedom Bound: Runaways of the Chesapeake” traveling exhibit (non-capital grant – $19,000)

 

FY11 – Total Grants: $188,000

Historic Annapolis – $36,000

  • “Project Run-A-Way,” a public program featuring stories of slavery and freedom (non-capital grant – $36,000)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $50,000

  • Phase 1 (research and planning) of the proposed reconstruction of the 18th Century Rumney-West Ordinary (capital grant – $50,000)

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts – $90,000

  • Restroom modernization project (capital grant – $90,000)

U.S. Lighthouse Society/Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse – $12,000

  • Interpretive exhibits at the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse (non-capital grant – $12,000)

 

FY10 – Total Grants: $214,450

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $50,000

  • Fabrication, installation of “Oysters on the Half Shell” Exhibition (non-capital grant – $50,000)

Anne Arundel County Trust for Preservation, Inc. – $14,450

  • Development of a Master Plan for the Chew Site, an archaeological site in Friendship, MD (non-capital grant – $14,450)

Charles Carroll House of Annapolis, Inc. – $100,000

  • Restoration and rehabilitation of the historic house, including emergency structural repairs, stabilization, and mechanical systems upgrade (capital grant – $100,000)

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) – $50,000

  • Archaeological survey, a website, and stabilization of the historic ruins at the Contee Farm (non-capital grant – $50,000)

 

FY09 – Total Grants: $86,916

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $50,000

  • “Oysters on the Half Shell” Exhibition (non-capital grant- $50,000)

Historic Annapolis – $17,500

  • Repair and painting of damaged wood at the William Paca House (capital grant – $17,500)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $19,416

  • Eight-minute video for visitor orientation at the new Visitors Center (non-capital grant – $19,416)

 

FY08 – Total Grants: $152,250

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $100,000

  • Preservation and renovation of McNasby’s Building (capital grant – $100,000)

City of Annapolis – $52,250

  • Restoration of Southgate Memorial Fountain (capital grant – $10,000)
  • Development and implementation of an Interpretive Plan for Maynard-Burgess House (non-capital grant – $42,250)

 

FY07 – Total Grants: $63,000

Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau – $63,000

  • Expansion of the Visitors Bureau on West Street (capital grant – $63,000)

 

FY06 – Total Grants: $196,000

Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau – $20,000

  • Expansion of the Visitors Bureau on West Street (capital grant – $20,000)

City of Annapolis – $25,000

  • Planning 300th anniversary celebration of Annapolis’ charter in 2008 (non-capital grant – $25,000)

Historic Annapolis – $51,000

  • Development of a children’s audio tour of the Annapolis historic district (non-capital grant – $30,000)
  • Restoration and rehabilitation of the gardens at the Paca House (capital grant – $21,000)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $100,000

  • Reconstruction of a carpenter’s shop using traditional building methods (capital grant – $100,000)

 

FY05 – Total Grants: $25,000

Historic London Town and Gardens – $25,000

  • Furnishing of orientation room and classroom at new Visitor Center (non-capital grant – $25,000)

 

FY03 – Total Grants: $128,389

Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau $50,000

  • Marketing the heritage area (marketing grant – $50,000)

Discover Annapolis Tours – $49,000

  • Low-interest business loan for inaugural trolley (loan – $49,000)

Galesville Heritage Society – $20,000

  • Interpretive exhibits at the Galesville Heritage Museum (non-capital grant – $20,000)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $9,389

  • Installation of new restrooms in the visitor center (capital grant – $9,389)

 

FY02 – Total Grants: $403,499

Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau – $5,905

  • African American Experience exhibit and brochure (non-capital grant – $5,905)

Annapolis Maritime Museum – $50,000

  • Engineering and design study for renovation to historic McNasby building (non-capital grant -50000)

Anne Arundel County – $20,000

  • Analysis of Mayo Road/Londontown Road roadside/ streetscape enhancements (non-capital grant – $20,000)

Captain Avery Museum – $11,185

  • Community education materials (non-capital grant – $11,185)

Historic Annapolis – $150,000

  • Development of introductory video for HistoryQuest Center (non-capital grant – $50,000)
  • Building renovations for HistoryQuest Center (capital grant – $100,000)

Historic London Town and Gardens – $116,409

  • Development of audio tour (non-capital grant – $16,450)
  • Reconstruction of the 17th-C Lord Mayor’s Tenement (capital grant – $99,959)

Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Foundation – $50,000

  • Resource inventory about slavery in the heritage area and “Slavery Roundtable” (non-capital grant – $50,000)

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MHAA Grants Listed by Grantee (Alphabetical):

 

Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau (now VAAAC), with ALTSCHA – Total Grants: $205,000

FY22 – $25,000

  • Marketing the Heritage Area with ALTSCHA (marketing grant – $25,000)

FY21 – $25,000

  • Marketing the Heritage Area with ALTSCHA (marketing grant – $25,000)

FY19 – $50,000

  • Marketing the Heritage Area with ALTSCHA (marketing grant – $50,000)

FY17 – $25,000

  • Marketing the Heritage Area with ALTSCHA (marketing grant – $25,000)

FY12 – $30,000

  • Marketing the Heritage Area with ALTSCHA (marketing grant – $30,000)

FY03 – $50,000

  • Marketing the Heritage Area with ALTSCHA (marketing grant – $50,000)

 

Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau – Total Grants: $88,905

FY07 – $63,000

  • Expansion of the Visitors Bureau on West Street (capital grant – $63,000)

FY06 – $20,000

  • Expansion of the Visitors Bureau on West Street (capital grant – $20,000)

FY02 – $5,905

  • African American Experience exhibit and brochure (non-capital grant – $5,905)

 

Annapolis Community Foundation, with Annapolis Greek Heritage Organization – Total Grants: $7,500

FY22 – $7,500

  • Annapolis Greek Heritage Project (non-capital grant – $7,500)

 

Annapolis Maritime Museum – Total Grants: $685,795

FY22 – $95,000

  • Lighting the Park – A Public Safety and Accessibility Project (capital grant – $95,000)

FY21 – $130,795

  • Restoration of the Skipjack Wilma Lee (capital grant – $34,841)
  • Phase 1 Improvements at the Park Campus (capital grant – $95,954)

FY 20 – $70,000

  • “Our Changing Waterfront” — Exhibit Fabrication & Installation (non-capital grant – $50,000)
  • COVID-19 Emergency Grant (emergency grant – $20,000)

FY19 – $50,000

  • New Permanent Exhibit: “White Gold: The Lure & Legacy of the Maryland Oyster” (non-capital grant – $50,000)

FY18 – $35,000

  • Phase 2 of exhibit, “White Gold” (non-capital grant – $35,000)

FY17 – $25,000

  • New exhibit, “White Gold: Fishing and Farming the Maryland Oyster” (non-capital grant – $25,000)

FY13 – $30,000

  • Phase II of their “Technology Integration Project” (non-capital grant – $30,000)

FY10 – $50,000

  • Fabrication, installation of “Oysters on the Half Shell” Exhibition (non-capital grant – $50,000)

FY09 – $50,000

  • “Oysters on the Half Shell” Exhibition (non-capital grant- $50,000)

FY08 – $100,000

  • Preservation and renovation of McNasby’s Building (capital grant – $100,000)

FY02 – $50,000

  • Engineering and design study for renovation to historic McNasby building (non-capital grant -50000)

 

Anne Arundel County – Total Grants: $110,000

FY 20 – $50,000

  • Boundary Amendment Study for ALTSCHA (non-capital grant – $50,000)

FY16 – $40,000

  • AACO P&Z project, “Before the Bay Bridge: Anne Arundel County’s 20th Century Beach Resorts” (non-capital grant – $40,000)

FY02 – $20,000

  • Analysis of Mayo Road/ Londontown Road roadside/ streetscape enhancements (non-capital grant – $20,000)

 

Anne Arundel County Trust for Preservation, Inc. – Total Grants: $59,950

FY13 – $30,000

  • “Archaeological Examination: The Wilson Farmstead & Hot Sox Ball Field” (non-capital grant – $30,000)

FY12 – $15,500

  • Developing a community-based Master Plan for the Wilson Farmstead and Hot Sox Ball Field (non-capital grant – $15,500)

FY10 – $14,450

  • Development of a Master Plan for the Chew Site, an archaeological site in Friendship, MD (non-capital grant – $14,450)

 

Captain Avery Museum – Total Grants: $72,410

FY21 – $10,000

  • From Vision to Reality (non-capital grant – $10,000)

FY20 – $33,000

  • A Vision for Visitation (capital grant – $23,000)
  • COVID-19 Emergency Grant (emergency grant – $10,000)

FY19 – $22,000

  • Smart, Safe Public Parking (capital grant – $22,000)

FY13 – $6,225

  • Emergency roof replacement (capital grant – $6,225)

FY02 – $11,185

  • Community education materials (non-capital grant – $11,185)

 

Charles Carroll House of Annapolis, Inc. – Total Grants: $135,000

FY14 – $35,000

  • Structural repairs and stabilization of the façade of the Charles Carroll House, damaged by Hurricane Sandy (capital grant – $35,000)

FY10 – $100,000

  • Restoration and rehabilitation of the historic house, including emergency structural repairs, stabilization, and mechanical systems upgrade (capital grant – $100,000)

 

Chesapeake Arts Center – Total Grants: $62,750

FY22 – $62,750

  • Expanded Gallery Space and Exhibitions Program at CAC (capital grant – $62,750)

 

Chesapeake Children’s Museum – Total Grants: $40,000

FY 20 – $40,000

  • Welcome Way (capital grant – $40,000)

 

City of Annapolis – Total Grants: $142,750

FY 14 – $65,500

  • Pedestrian Component of the City’s Wayfinding Signage and Master Plan. Grant funds will support a comprehensive wayfinding signage system including signs and information kiosks (capital grant – $65,500)

FY08 – $52,250

  • Restoration of Southgate Memorial Fountain (capital grant – $10,000)
  • Development and implementation of an Interpretive Plan for Maynard-Burgess House (non-capital grant – $42,250)

FY06 – $25,000

  • Planning 300th anniversary celebration of Annapolis’ charter in 2008 (non-capital grant – $25,000)

 

Discover Annapolis Tours – Total Loan: $49,000

FY03 – $49,000

  • Low-interest business loan for inaugural trolley (loan – $49,000)

 

Galesville Community Center – Total Grants: $80,165

FY22 – $49,500

  • Persistence, Purpose and Preservation: Rosenwald Schools in Anne Arundel County (non-capital grant – $49,500)

FY15- $30,665

  • Interpretation phase of Field of Dreams, a companion program to the Smithsonian’s traveling exhibit (non-capital grant – $30,665)

 

Galesville Heritage Society – Total Grants: $28,524

FY22 – $8,524

  • GHS Replacement and Acquisition of Outdoor Interpretive Panels (non-capital grant – $8,524)

FY03 – $20,000

  • Interpretive exhibits at the Galesville Heritage Museum (non-capital grant – $20,000)

 

Hammond-Harwood House Association – Total Grants: $10,000

FY19 – $10,000

  • Creating 18th-Century Curb Appeal – A Cultural Landscape Study for Hammond-Harwood House (non-capital grant – $10,000)

 

Historic Annapolis – Total Grants: $668,800

FY21 – $58,000

  • William Paca Garden Accessibility: Planning Phase (capital grant – $8,000)
  • History of Annapolis Exhibit: Fabrication and Installation (non-capital – $50,000)

FY20 – $34,000

  • History of Annapolis Exhibit: Design Documentation Completion (non-capital grant – $24,000)
  • COVID-19 Emergency Grant (emergency grant – $10,000)

FY19 – $25,000

  • Capital Masonry Repairs at 99 Main Street (capital grant – $25,000)

FY18 – $50,000

  • History of Annapolis in 99 Objects (non-capital grant – $50,000)

FY16 – $90,000

  • Renovation of 1 Martin Street: construction phase (capital grant – $90,000)

FY15 – $25,300

  • Website redesign and mobile walking tour (non-capital grant – $12,000)
  • Capital repairs to the “Hogshead” structure (capital grant – $13,300)

FY14 – $45,500

  • Renovation project for 1 Martin Street property, for education and preservation programs and partnerships (capital grant – $45,500)

FY13 – $66,500

  • Repairs and reopening of the “Historic Waterfront Warehouse” (capital grant – $16,500)
  • Continuation of project “Freedom Bound: Runaways of the Chesapeake” exhibit (non-capital grant – $50,000)

FY12 – $30,000

  • Capital and safety repairs of the William Paca House (capital grant – $11,000)
  • “Freedom Bound: Runaways of the Chesapeake” traveling exhibit (non-capital grant – $19,000)

FY11 – $36,000

  • “Project Run-A-Way,” a public program featuring stories of slavery and freedom (non-capital grant – $36,000)

FY09 – $17,500

  • Repair and painting of damaged wood at the William Paca House (capital grant – $17,500)

FY06 – $51,000

  • Development of a children’s audio tour of the Annapolis historic district (non-capital grant – $30,000)
  • Restoration and rehabilitation of the gardens at the Paca House (capital grant – $21,000)

FY02 – $150,000

  • Development of introductory video for HistoryQuest Center (non-capital grant – $50,000)
  • Building renovations for HistoryQuest Center (capital grant – $100,000)

 

Historic London Town and Gardens – Total Grants: $579,979

FY22 – $15,765

  • Enhancing the Visitor Experience in the Gardens (non-capital grant – $15,765)

FY21 – $100,000

  • Educational Pavilion Construction (capital grant – $100,000)

FY20 – $104,000

  • Southern Side Enhancement: Horticulture Complex Design (capital grant – $94,000)
  • COVID-19 Emergency Grant (emergency grant – $10,000)

FY19 – $20,000

  • William Brown House Restoration for Improved Interpretation and Visitor Access (capital grant – $20,000)

FY16 – $5,000

  • MHAA grant for accessibility and planning for the historic area to address ADA issues (capital grant – $5,000)

FY13 – $15,000

  • Final phase in the “Carpenter Shop Reconstruction” (capital grant – $15,000)

FY11 – $50,000

  • Phase 1 (research and planning) of the proposed reconstruction of the 18th Century Rumney-West Ordinary (capital grant – $50,000)

FY09 – $19,416

  • Eight-minute video for visitor orientation at the new Visitors Center (non-capital grant – $19,416)

FY06 – $100,000

  • Reconstruction of a carpenter’s shop using traditional building methods (capital grant – $100,000)

FY05 – $25,000

  • Furnishing of orientation room and classroom at new Visitor Center (non-capital grant – $25,000)

FY03 – $9,389

  • Installation of new restrooms in the visitor center (capital grant – $9,389)

FY02 – $116,409

  • Development of audio tour (non-capital grant – $16,450)
  • Reconstruction of the 17th-C Lord Mayor’s Tenement (capital grant – $99,959)

 

Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Foundation – Total Grants: $50,000

FY02 – $50,000

  • Resource inventory about slavery in the heritage area and “Slavery Roundtable” (non-capital grant – $50,000)

 

Lost Towns Project – Total Grants: $34,000

FY18 – $34,000

  • A Multi-Media Enhancement of Four Rivers’ African American Heritage Trail (non-capital grant – $34,000)

 

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts – Total Grants: $491,737

FY20 – $100,000

  • East Iconic Façade Repair and Improvements (capital grant – $100,000)

FY19 – $50,000

  • Improved Public Access for the Arts – Wayfinding and Signage (non-capital grant – $50,000)

FY17 – $80,000

  • Improved public access for the Arts-exterior doors and entranceways (capital grant – $80,000)

FY16 – $81,737

  • Metal stairwell window restoration (capital)

FY14 – $90,000

  • Restoration of 8 windows in the Maryland Hall auditorium, as part of a larger restoration of the main stage theater (capital grant – $90,000)

FY11 – $90,000

  • Restroom modernization project (capital grant – $90,000)

 

Preservation Maryland – Total Grants: $100,000

FY 21 – $100,000

  • Stabilization of the Captain William Burtis House (capital grant – $100,000)

 

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) – Total Grants: $353,500

FY22 – $25,000

  • Woodlawn Heritage Trail Planning and Design (non-capital grant – $25,000)

FY21 – $50,000

  • Sellman-Kirkpatrick-Howat House: Exhibit Planning-Phase II Completion of Design (non-capital grant – $50,000)

FY20 – $48,500

  • Sellman-Kirkpatrick-Howitt House: Museum Exhibit Planning-Phase I (non-capital grant – $48,500)

FY19 – $100,000

  • Sellman House Building Envelope and Interior: Restoration of Windows, Doors and Marble Fireplace Mantles (capital grant – $100,000)

FY17 – $80,000

  • Sellman House rehabilitation for Visitor Orientation Center (capital grant – $80,000)

FY10 – $50,000

  • Archaeological survey, a website, and stabilization of the historic ruins at the Contee Farm (non-capital grant – $50,000)

 

U.S. Lighthouse Society/Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse – Total Grants: $12,000

FY11 – $12,000

  • Interpretive exhibits at the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse (non-capital grant – $12,000)