Let Us Help You Grants
BNHA Grant Programs
Heritage areas work to leverage heritage tourism to bring about economic development. Grant funding is a critical tool to enhance and preserve historic, cultural and natural resources. Numerous institutions within the heritage area have benefited from the various grant programs supported by the city, state, and federal governments. Click below to learn more about the four grant programs available to non-profit organizations with projects in the heritage area.
Grant ProgramGrant Cycle Deadlines
Small Cap Grants
Cycle closed. Opens October 2019.
Neighborhood Placemaking Grants
Cycle open. Applications due February 1, 2019.
Heritage Investment Grants
Cycle closed. Opens February 15, 2019
MHAA Project Grants
Cycle closed. Opens mid- to late December. Letters of Intent are due January 31, 2019.
Grant ProgramCurrent Grant RecipientsBegin Your Report Via the BNHA Grant Portal
Click on the link below to download a form if needed for report.
Grant ProgramNews and Updates
State Funding To Support Improvement Projects, Greening Efforts in Historic Communities
Baltimore Immigration Museum in Locust Point uses grant award for important repairs to its entrance.
BNHA grants have helped preserve the 107-year-old Bromo Tower.
The Baltimore National Heritage Area is proud to announce this year’s recipients of the Heritage Investment Grants (HIG), a program funded by the U.S. Department of the Interior.