Celebrating Our Heritage Investment Grant Winners 2020

September 03, 2020

In late July, BNHA’s grants review committee awarded $105,000 in grant awards to non-capital projects that advance heritage tourism in Baltimore’s heritage area. Funded by the U.S. National Park Service, this grant program specifically supports planning, interpretation, and programming projects in addition to operating grants. Congratulations!

Baltimore Architecture Foundation, Inc. - $15,000

Say It Loud Exhibition at the Baltimore Center for Architecture and Design

Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts - $15,000

Top of the World Modernization Initiative Phase 2

Friends of President Street Station - $2,051

Interpretive Wayside Signsfor the site of Frederick Douglass' escape in Canton

Mount Clare Museum House - $15,000

Let's Complete the Story - Mount Clare Site Reinterpretation Project

Pride of Baltimore, Inc. - $9,430
Operating Grant: A Return to Safe Sailing During COVID with Improved Interpretation through Partnerships

Single Carrot Theatre - $14,900

Unmarked: Histories Told

The Heritage Museum - $5,000
Story of Mr. Thomas Carney - A Maryland Patriot of the American Revolutionary War

The Lenox Theatre Projects, Incorporated - $7,219
Redevelopment and Redesign Planning

The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum, Inc. - $6,400

Operating Grant: Opening Doors to Open Minds

The Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture - $15,000

The Proximity Project: An Immersive Mobile Tour of Baltimore’s Contemporary Civil Rights Sites