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Historical Societies, Museums Professional Development Grants Available


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The William G. Pomeroy Foundation is offering grants to Historical Societies and Historical Museums in NYS with annual budgets of $50,000 or less to attend the Museum Association of New York’s (MANY) annual conference being held April 8 – 10, 2018 in Rochester.

The grant of $1,000 can be used for conference registration, travel, meals/lodging, membership in MANY and the New York Council of Non-Profits. The grant deadline is February 15, 2018. Continue reading

Pomeroy Foundation Seeks Historical Grant Consultant


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WGP foundation LogoThe William G. Pomeroy Foundation is seeking consultants who are passionate about helping others uncover and celebrate their local history. This is an exciting opportunity to help the Foundation expand its Historic Roadside Marker Grant Program commemorating historic people, places or things in the State of New York. This is ideal for someone wishing to work remotely, maintain a flexible work schedule, and use state-of-the art grant making software. Continue reading

Catholic Summer School of America Marked


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Catholic Summer School of AmericaOn Sunday, the Catholic Summer School of America in Cliff Haven, in the Town of Plattsburgh, NY, was commemorated with a historical roadside marker.

From 1896 to 1941, the Catholic Summer School of America was a nationally famous summer destination for Catholic families, distinguished leaders of the Catholic Church of America, prominent lecturers, numerous New York governors and even a few U.S. Presidents. Continue reading

Legends And Lore Historic Marker Grant Program


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Legends and Lore Grant Program - croppedThe William G. Pomeroy Foundation has partnered with the New York Folklore Society to launch a new grant program to promote cultural tourism and commemorate urban legends and folklore as part of the New York’s history.

Folklore is an expression of our common past, yet it draws attention to what is unique about communities. Passed from person to person over time, there is often historical truth at the heart of every legend. Continue reading