4Culture recently announced its 2013 funding opportunities.
The Preservation Special Projects program offers funding for neighborhood survey/inventory, landmark registration, project planning and more. 4Culture encourages projects that highlight historic places in innovative ways, communicate through new media, and engage people who may not think of themselves as preservationists. Eligible applicants are individuals, organizations and public agencies. Deadline to apply is February 27, 2013.
Preservation Special Projects is a new program. Capital improvement, or “bricks and mortar” projects are not eligible for this program but will be funded through the Landmarks Capital program with an upcoming deadline in May. Learn more about Preservation Special Projects.
Heritage Projects is open to individuals and organizations for support of innovative proposals to document and interpret the history of King County. Heritage Cultural Education will be merged with Heritage Special Projects, to form one funding program. Learn more about Heritage funding opportunities. Deadline to apply is February 27, 2013.