The Community Heritage Grants program aims to preserve and provide access to locally held, nationally significant cultural heritage collections across Australia.

How it works

Who can apply
Not-for-profit community organisations such as historical societies, museums, public libraries, archives, galleries and Indigenous and migrant community groups can apply.
When to apply
The 2016 grant round has closed.
Funding available
Grants of up to $15,000 are available.

Program Information

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About The Program

The Community Heritage Grants program is managed by the National Library of Australia. It aims to preserve and provide access to locally held, nationally significant cultural heritage collections across Australia.

Not-for-profit community organisations such as historical societies, museums, public libraries, archives, galleries and Indigenous and migrant community groups can apply for funding to:

  • document, preserve, digitise and curate collections
  • provide collection management training in community-based workshops.

The program is jointly funded by the Department of Communications and the Arts, the National Library of Australia, the National Archives of Australia, the National Museum of Australia, and the National Film and Sound Archive.

Find out more and apply online: National Library of Australia: Community Heritage Grants program.

Funding applications

Starts April 01, 2017 00:00 AEDT
Ends May 01, 2017 00:00 AEST
Days Remaining 30 of 30
Upcoming