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National Fund for Sacred Places Awards Grants to 16 Historically Significant Faith Communities Across the U.S.

National Fund for Sacred Places Awards Grants to 16 Historically Significant Faith Communities Across the U.S.

The National Fund for Sacred Places, a program of Partners for Sacred Places in collaboration with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is pleased to announce its 2023 grantees. Sixteen historically significant faith communities have been admitted into the prestigious program, which provides capital grants of up to $250,000 and hands-on technical assistance to congregations undertaking significant preservation projects.

$20M in Capital Grants to be Awarded to Historic Congregations through the National Fund for Sacred Places

$20M in Capital Grants to be Awarded to Historic Congregations through the National Fund for Sacred Places

Partners for Sacred Places and the National Trust for Historic Preservation are delighted to announce that Lilly Endowment Inc. has renewed its support for the National Fund for Sacred Places, extending the program through 2027 and doubling the amount of capital grants available to congregations to more than $20 million. During the next five years, the National Fund will continue to support vibrant congregations that have buildings of historical significance and architectural character, and that play an essential role in meeting the larger spiritual, social, and economic needs of the communities they serve.

Community-Serving Congregations in Vermont and Minnesota Complete Repairs with Support of the National Fund for Sacred Places

Community-Serving Congregations in Vermont and Minnesota Complete Repairs with Support of the National Fund for Sacred Places

Two more community-serving congregations have completed critical repairs and upgrades thanks to the National Fund for Sacred Places. In November, National Trust staff completed virtual site visits with United Baptist Church of Poultney, Vermont and First Covenant Church of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Members of both congregations reflected that the project outcomes far exceeded their expectations in terms of fundraising, impact, and outreach.