About Save America's Treasures
The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Save America’s Treasures office has closed.
The U.S. Congress did not renew funding for the federal Save America’s Treasures program for fiscal years 2011 and 2012, and does not plan to re-establish funding. Save America’s Treasures has been one of the country’s most important and effective bricks and mortar historic preservation efforts, bringing hundreds of millions of dollars for restoration to nationally-significant historic sites and special collections across the country. The National Trust is proud of our role in helping to establish this program and in assisting grantees with their applications and fundraising. Our federal partners listed below will continue to focus on completing grants already awarded through 2010.
For questions regarding current Save America’s Treasures grants, please visit http://www.nps.gov/history/hps/treasures/ or contact:
Chief, Historic Preservation Grants Division
National Park Service
Kimber D. Craine
Director of Program Initiatives
President's Committee on the Arts & the Humanities
Ph.D., Senior Program Officer
Institute of Museum and Library Services
Leadership Initiatives Coordinator
National Endowment for the Arts