Announcement: MHAA FY 2025 Grant Round is Now Open!

December 18, 2023

The Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA) FY 2025 grant materials for capital and non-capital heritage tourism projects are now live!

The MHAA grant program provides targeted financial assistance to organizations sustaining and creating place-based heritage experiences within Maryland’s 13 heritage areas. Visit the Maryland Heritage Areas Program website to confirm your eligibility, review the grant guidelines, and to begin the required first step in the application process: completing the Intent to Apply form, due January 26, 2024. Full applications are due March 4, 2024.  

Here at the Chesapeake Crossroads Heritage Area, we will work with you to create a competitive grant application! Contact the Executive Director, Carol Benson, at [email protected] to set up a time to talk by phone or zoom. MHAA staff members are ready to assist with any questions you may have about the online application process. They will be hosting a series of in-person and virtual information sessions throughout the next few months to review the online application, grant writing tips, application requirements, and more. Tune in to view the live-streamed webinar (to be recorded) from December 18 @ 1 PM on MHAA’s YouTube channel:  

Check out the full schedule of information sessions on the MHAA website:

MHAA is an independent unit of government in the Executive Branch of government that operates in the Maryland Department of Planning and is administered by the Maryland Historical Trust. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Martha Waldron at [email protected] or Andrew Arvizu at [email protected]

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