BNHA News

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BNHA Grant Lets Babe Ruth’s Birthplace Prep for New Visitors

BNHA operating support critical as museum closed its doors for renovations.

Baltimore National Heritage Area Announces Recipients of 2017 Small Cap Grants

Since 2004, the Baltimore National Heritage Area has managed the Small Capital Grant Program funded by the City of Baltimore. The grants make relatively small, but strategic, investments in structural improvements for the city’s cultural, historic, and natural resources. On average, the Small Cap grants leverage an additional $13 in investment for every $1 granted.

Renewal on North Avenue: Wax Museum Transforming Neighborhood

BNHA Grant Funding Help Support National Great Blacks in Wax Museum

State Awards More Than $350,000 in Grant Funding to Support Baltimore Heritage Tourism

The Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA) announced seven matching grants totaling $353,300 for Baltimore nonprofits and heritage tourism organizations, including three museums. The grant funds support heritage tourism projects and activities that draw visitors and expand economic development and tourism-related job creation in Baltimore.

Operation Grant Keeps Literary Landmark's Doors Open

Small yet strategic grant help's Poe House find its footing.

BNHA Grant Helps City's Newest Museum

Immigration museum opens in Locust Point neighborhood.

Mosaic Shines Thanks to BNHA Grant

Heritage Investment Grant supports AVAM's Community Mosaic Wall Project

Small Cap Grant Helps Carroll Mansion Prep for All American House 2016

Mansion chosen by the non-profit MADE: In America to host its All American House Exhibition

BNHA and Mayor Recognize Small Cap Grant Recipients

The Baltimore National Heritage Area and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, along with civic, business, and cultural leaders, recognized and celebrated the eight recipient organizations of the FY2016 Small Capital Grants program.

BNHA and Mayor Recognize Recipients of 2015 Heritage Investment Grants

The Baltimore National Heritage Area and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, along with civic, business, and cultural leaders, recognized and celebrated the eleven recipient organizations of the 2015 Heritage Investment Grant program.