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Grants of up to $2,000 dollars are available to any repository holding archival records or special collections. Institutions need not be members of the Society of Southwest Archivists or the Society of American Archivists. These funds are provided through a program first established in 2005 as a response to Hurricane Katrina. There is no discernible deadline for applications. Please find the guidelines, application form, and donation link here.
Hurricanes Irene and Lee have left portions of the Mid-Atlantic region flooded and struggling with water damage. If your repository and/or collection has been affected you can apply for a disaster relief grant through the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archivesl Conference’s website. Qualifying archives receive up to $2,000 in relief money. The deadline for those affected by Hurricane Irene is September 16, 2011, the deadline for those affected by Hurricane Lee is September 30, 2011. Donations toward relief efforts are also being accepted.
On July 1, Robin Krawitz was appointed the director of Delaware State University’s graduate program in historic preservation. Plans are in motion to provide students and recent graduates in historic preservation funding from the Partners in the Field Grant program. The students will undertake field services across Delaware. Opportunities are available to any student or recent graduate of historic preservation regardless of institution. You can read Krawitz’s full statement on Preservation Delaware’s website.