The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Special Projects Grants program has met with an overwhelmingly successful response as it continues to provide financial support to local community projects which exemplify the Society's three mission areas - historic preservation, education and patriotism.
Examples of grant funding include:
- Restoration of historic buildings or sites
- Preservation of documents or records, including cataloging and digitalization
- Conservation of cemetery monuments or gravesites
- Erection of historic site markers
- Museum exhibits
- Interpretive display panels
- Children's mentoring programs and teachers' aids
- Donation of books or resource materials for tutoring or literacy programs
- Programs supporting veterans' medical centers or health providers
- Oral histories of active military or veterans
- Flagpole installation to fly the American flag at a national site
- Erection of a veterans' monument
The Special Projects Grants program is open to public charity 501(c)(3) entities. Grant applications of $1,000 - $2,000 are encouraged, with maximum matching grant awards of $10,000. Projects must be completed within one year of initial grant funding.
Are you interested? For more information on the program and how to apply, navigate through the additional tabs on this website.