Arkansas Heritage Grant

 
 

Decision Process

The Arkansas Heritage Grant is designed to assist communities in planning and implementing meaningful Arkansas Heritage programs and events at the local level.

Grant proposals will be reviewed by a panel of at least five (5) DAH staff members designated by the Division of Arkansas Heritage Director. This panel will make funding recommendations. Successful applicants will be notified within 60 days of the application deadline.

How To Apply

1) CLICK HERE TO LOG ON 

If you have previously created an online account with Division of Arkansas Heritage for a grant through one of the resource divisions (Arkansas Historic Preservation Program/AHPP, Main Street Arkansas, Arkansas Arts Council/AAC, or Arkansas State Archives/ASA), do NOT create a new one.

If you have never applied for an online account with any Department of Arkansas Heritage program, click on “Create New Account.” To create a new account, answer the questions with the fields marked with an (*).

The following are NOT needed to apply:
a. DUNS Number
b. Organization’s Longitude
c. Organization’s Latitude

2) Once you have completed the LOGON process, you will enter the ACCESS CODE: NewHG

3) After you enter the Access Code, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the blue APPLY button.

When submitting an online application, an eligible organization must include all application information requested and submit the complete application package by the grant application deadline. Only ONE Arkansas Heritage Grant will be made to any one organization during a given grant year. Grant recipients will be required to participate in an orientation program prior to receipt of award as specified by the Division of Arkansas Heritage.

Additional Information That Will Need To Be Provided

Download and attach the form below with your application:

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