FY 2022 Grant Awards

Heritage Montgomery was able to secure $454,000 in MHAA funding for county partners. When combined with match and leverage that total value is over $1 million.

  • Audubon Naturalist Society – for Interpretation at Woodend Nature Sanctuary
  • Grand Order of Oddfellows Sandy Spring Lodge – for signage
  • IUL Smithville School Museum and Education Center – for site restoration and the Charles McGee STEM Program Project
  • The Menare Foundation (Button Farm) – for barn restoration
  • Montgomery County Historical Society – for redesign of website
  • National Capital Trolley Museum – for overhaul of the CTCo 1430 trolley
  • Scotland A.M.E. Zion Church – for Phase 2 of stabilization and elevation of the structure
  • Visit Montgomery – for marketing

HM is pleased to award a total of $24,635 to fund twelve Mini-Grant projects in the heritage area.

  • Gaithersburg Community Museum – for the Gaithersburg African American History Project
  • King Barn Dairy MOOseum – for MOOseum outreach and strategy development
  • Latvian Museum – for a museum rack card and web site development
  • The Menare Foundation (Button Farm) – for website development
  • Montgomery County Food Council – for the Food and Beverage Guide
  • Montgomery Countryside Alliance – for the 15th Annual Ride for the Reserve
  • National Capital Trolley Museum – for a museum brochure, wayfinding, and signage development
  • Peerless Rockville – for marketing and rebranding
  • Sandy Spring Museum – for their transcription project
  • Sandy Spring Slave Museum – for brochure and book production
  • Sugarland Ethno-History Project – for a security system upgrade
  • Warren Historic Site Committee – for a security system

National Capital Trolley Museum