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A Look Back at 2021 — Partner Grants Closed, Projects Completed

Feb 14 2022

A Look Back at 2021 — Partner Grants Closed, Projects Completed

As we look back at 2021, we are proud of this long list of grant-funded projects, from both the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA) and Four Rivers Mini-Grant funds, that were completed in 2021. Due to the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic, some of this funding was provided for Emergency Operating costs, a departure from usual practices.

MHAA Grant Projects Completed in 2021

— Annapolis Maritime Museum, Inc., “Our Changing Waterfront” – Exhibit Fabrication & Installation, $50,000
— Annapolis Maritime Museum, Inc., Restoration of Skipjack Wilma Lee, $34,841
— Annapolis Maritime Museum, Inc., COVID-19 Emergency Operating Support, $20,000
— Anne Arundel County, Boundary Amendment Study for ALTSCHA, $50,000
— Captain Avery Museum, Inc., A Vision for Visitation, $23,000
— Hammond-Harwood House Association, Inc., Creating 18th Century Curb Appeal: A Cultural Landscape Study for Hammond-Harwood House, $10,000
— Historic Annapolis, Inc., Capital Masonry Repairs at 99 Main Street, $25,000
— Historic Annapolis, Inc., A History of Annapolis in 99 Objects: Exhibit Design Development, $50,000
— Historic Annapolis, Inc., History of Annapolis Exhibit: Design Documentation Completion, $24,000
— Historic Annapolis, Inc., COVID-19 Emergency Operating Support, $10,000
— Historic Annapolis, Inc., William Paca Garden Accessibility: Planning Phase, $8,000
— Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Inc., Amended – COVID-19 Operating / East Iconic Facade Repair and Improvements, $100,000
— Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Inc., Amended – COVID-19 Operating / Improved Public Access for the Arts–Wayfinding and Signage, $50,000
— Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Sellman-Kirkpatrick-Howitt House: Museum Exhibit Planning-Phase I, $48,500

Mini-Grant Projects Completed in 2021

— Annapolis Community Foundation, in partnership with Annapolis Greek Heritage Project, “Annapolis Greek Heritage Project” (FY21), $4,000.00
— Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park, Emergency Operating (FY21), $4,000.00
— Chesapeake Children’s Museum, Inc. and MD Day Team, “Maryland Day Weekend” (FY20), $4,000.00
— Galesville Community Center Organization, Emergency Operating (FY21), $1,250.00
— Galesville Heritage Society, “Heritage Tour Brochure” (FY21), $2,210.00
— Historic Annapolis, Inc., “Video Tour of the William Paca House and Garden” (FY20), $3,000.00
— London Town Foundation, Inc., “Interpretive Signage in Response to COVID-19”, (FY21) $4,000.00
— Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center, Emergency Operating (FY21), $4,000.00