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How will you preserve your neighborhood's story? Will you make a documentary film? Interview residents for an oral history? Digitize your church's archives? Research a walking tour? These are just some of the ways your fellow Washingtonians have made their mark on the city's history! In partnership with the DC Historic Preservation Office, the Humanities Council of Washington, DC will, for the 7th consecutive year, distribute grants of up to $2000 for projects that help examine, document and preserve DC's landmarks, neighborhoods, and culture!
Who can apply?: Anyone can apply, but individuals must find a non-profit sponsoring organization.
When is the deadline?: May 3rd, 2013
How do I submit my application?: Visit http://grantapplication.wdchumanities.org
Where can I find previously funded projects?: http://www.wdchumanities.org/dcdm
How can I get more information?: Email or call Mark Smith, [address removed] or [masked]
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