Heritage Grants & Scholarships

The Heritage Preservation Partnership Program provides financial assistance to initiatives that preserve and interpret Alberta's heritage through conservation, heritage awareness, publications and research grants, and scholarships.

A temporary program administered by the Historic Resources Management Branch, the Grant Program for the Conservation of Flood Impacted Historic Resources, has been established to assist owners and stewards of historic resources impacted by the 2013 flooding in Southern Alberta.

Categories

NOTE: Policy updates to heritage grants and scholarships are in effect beginning February 2015. The current Heritage Preservation Partnership Funding Guidelines will be updated in Fall 2016.

  • Maximum grant for the heritage awareness category is now $15,000.
  • Maximum grant for the publications category is now $10,000.
  • Policy Updates and Clarifications
  • Annual Application Deadlines

    For conservation, heritage awareness, publications and research grants:

    • First working day of February (funding decision released in June or July)
    • First working day of September (funding decision released in December or January)

    For scholarships:

    • First working day of February (funding decision released in June or July)
    • First working day of October (funding decision released in December or January)

    You can also view a video presentation of program information and guidelines.

    For assistance or more information, contact Carina Naranjilla, Program Coordinator, Alberta Historical Resources Foundation.

    Last reviewed/revised: February 2, 2016
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