ARTS Conservation License Plate Art Grant, NH. Deadline – May 8th
Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
ARTS Conservation License Plate Grant
Grant Coordinator: Kayla Schweitzer
Applicants are required to submit a Letter of Intent to Apply on letterhead to the grant coordinator (by email or hard copy) prior to completing a full grant application. The Letter of Intent to Apply must be received no later than May 8, 2020 in order for the applicant to be eligible to submit a full grant application. This is a preliminary requirement to ensure the proposed project meets the grant guidelines and has been submitted to the correct Division within the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. The Grant Coordinator will contact the applicant within one week of receipt of the Letter of Intent to Apply and confirm if the project is eligible. The Letter of Intent to Apply does not replace the full grant application nor guarantee funding.
The Letter of Intent to Apply must be no longer than one page and include:
- Applicant name
- Project Coordinator name and title
- Contact Information for Project Coordinator
- Acknowledgement that the proposed cultural or historic resource to be conserved is publicly owned by a New Hampshire municipality, town, county agency, state agency (other than the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources and its Divisions)
- For Cultural Facility Applicants only- Intent or Statement on Determination of Eligibility for National or State Registers
- Short project description
- Signatures of Town Administrator and Organization Representative
These FY21 Grant Guidelines are valid for fiscal year July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021
- Click here to download the grant guidelines in PDF format.
- Click here to download the budget form in MS Excel format.
- Click here to download the budget form in PDF format.
- Click here to start the online application.
Please click here to download written instructions on how to fill out the online application.