Archives Discusses Grant Program on FGS RadioOn Saturday June 25th, Archives.com participated in the most recent episode of FGS Radio - My Society, an Internet radio show presented by the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS). Host Thomas MacEntee interviewed Archives.com Product Manager Julie Hill, discussing the Archives.com Grant Program.
To listen to the interview click here.
We're excited to continue to get the word out about this valuable program - which has already donated $6,000 dollars in 2011.
The Archives.com Grant funds family history and historical preservation projects, awarding up to $1,000 dollars monthly to an individual or organization. This is a great opportunity for genealogical societies who may be beginning a project that needs extra funds to get off the ground. This grant can help you to: digitize historical material, preserve or restore artifacts, fund a community event, or raise awareness about a historically significant issue, etc.
Societies may also want to inform their members about the Archives.com Grant to help them further their personal projects.
If you're a genealogical society member, make sure your colleagues know about this great opportunity. You can also read the stories of recent grant recipients on the blog.
Apply for the Archives.com Grant online here. Fill out your name, contact information, and a description of your project, and you will be eligible for the next award. If you have any questions email grant AT archives.com.
Thanks Thomas MacEntee for being an excellent host. You can continue to listen to the show regularly at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mysociety.
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