1 PRESERVATION FUND 2010 financial assistance
2 The National Trust for Historic Preservation (www.preservationnation.org) is a nonprofit membership organization bringing people together to protect, enhance and enjoy the places that matter to them. By saving the places where great moments from history and the important moments of everyday life took place, the National Trust for Historic Preservation helps revitalize neighborhoods and communities, spark economic development and promote environmental sustainability. With headquarters in Washington, DC, eight regional and field offices, 29 historic sites, and partner organizations in 50 states, territories, and the District of Columbia, the National Trust for Historic Preservation provides leadership, education, advocacy and resources to a national network of people, organizations and local communities committed to saving places, connecting us to our history and collectively shaping the future of America s stories. nancial assistance Endowment Management and Performance The National Trust Preservation Funds increase for the 12 months ended December 31, 2010 was 11 percent. Total endowment assets increased to $222 million at December 31, 2010 from $205 million 12 months earlier. The year saw a strong recovery in the stock markets. The annualized return since inception remains a strong 12 percent. The investment strategy for the National Trust s endowment portfolio is designed to achieve maximum return, minimize risk through diversification and due diligence, and provide a growing, reliable income stream. The endowment is managed by the National Trust Investments Committee. The National Trust currently employs a diverse range of professional asset management organizations and a nationally respected investments consulting firm to provide advice and assist with monitoring management performance, asset allocation, and other asset management services. CovEr PHoto: PrENtiCE WoMEN s HosPitAl, CHiCAgo, ill.
3 From the President In 2010, the National Trust for Historic Preservation awarded more than $61 million in grants, loans, and direct equity investment to support preservation work across the country. This financial support was catalytic in communities nationwide. As you will see on the pages that follow, we found financing to transform an Oklahoma warehouse into an art studio and instruction space, helped homeowners in Ithaca, N.Y., learn how to repair their historic windows, and welcomed our 18th class of diversity scholars to the National Preservation Conference in Austin, Texas. We are tremendously proud of these efforts, and deeply grateful to the generous corporations, foundations, and individuals whose support made this work possible. To highlight just a few: z American Express affirmed its support for Partners in Preservation by pledging an additional $10 million to the program over the next five years. The program has already invested $5.5 million to help preserve more than 100 sites in select cities nationwide. z Lowe s Charitable and Educational Foundation provided $815,000 to support 19 restoration projects on historic schools nationwide. Nine of these grants went to Rosenwald Schools, important landmarks that were built in the early 1900s to educate African- American children in the segregated South and Southwest. z The Robert W. Wilson Charitable Trust continued its challenge grant program to strengthen statewide and local partner organizations across the country. To date, Partners in the Field has supported 54 field representatives who are helping preserve more than 1,600 historic resources. We also owe a special thank you to the members, partners, and friends who pledged more than $400,000 to the Richard and Julia Moe Preservation Fund for Statewide & Local Partners, in honor of Dick s retirement as president of the National Trust. The funds will spark innovation at the statewide and local level. I hope you will take a minute to read about what the National Trust is doing to save the places that matter in your community. State by state, project by project, we are creating a brighter future for America s cultural heritage. Thank you for your commitment to this important work. stephanie k. meeks
4 > the national trust Preservation Fund 2 When the phone rings at the National Trust s front desk in Washington, the most frequently asked question is What kind of funding is available to help us save our town square? Or theater, cemetery, city hall, fire station, dance pavilion, historic home whatever it is that tells the story of that community s past....critical funds allow the national trust to leverage new opportunities and respond quickly to immediate threats. Fortunately, thanks to the generosity of donors who recognize the need to nurture and assist preservationists working at the local level, we can help many of these callers through the National Trust Preservation Fund. This fund provides a critical source of seed grants to advance local preservation efforts and jump-start promising rehabilitation projects. In 2010 more than 870 organizations requested $18 million in funding from the National Trust. Responding to this need, the National Trust distributed more than $4.7 million in grants, loans, scholarships, and awards, and $56 million in equity investments in rehab projects made possible through National Trust Community Investment Corporation. These funds went to a diverse range of groups: local and statewide preservation organizations, museums, historical societies, city agencies, Main Street organizations, and community development corporations New Funds, Gifts, and Grant Activity In 2010 donors provided grant funds, both endowed and immediate pass-through, to bolster preservation activities nationwide. Colodny Scholars > mildred Colodny scholarship recipients pose with national trust President stephanie meeks at the national Preservation Conference in austin, tex. Schooner Adventuress, Port Townsend, WA thousands of people have been able to experience the ecology and history of the Puget sound aboard the historic schooner Adventuress. an american express Partners in Preservation grant of $125,000 allowed the nonprofit organization sound experience to carry out major repairs on this national historic landmark.
5 > financial assistance Mill Creek Canyon Earthworks, Kent County, WA a $70,000 american express Partners in Preservation grant will help the kent arts Commission in kent County, Wash., restore the herbert Bayerdesigned mill Creek Canyon earthworks to its original design. 3 In June, the Seattle Puget Sound area became the fifth region to receive $1 million in funding through the Partners in Preservation program. Through this unique collaboration between american express and the National Trust, the public was invited to vote on their favorite projects from a slate of 25 historic places. Eleven major rehabilitation grants were awarded, and the remaining 14 projects received recognition awards for their commitment to preservation. for a total of $1 million in grant funding. In 2010 lowe s Charitable and educational Foundation renewed its support of historic places in the United States by contributing $1 million to restore historic schools nationwide. More than 250 applications were received and 19 schools received funding including nine Rosenwald Schools. The Los Angeles County Preservation Fund was made possible by support from the Getty Foundation, the ahmanson Foundation, and the ralph m. Parsons Foundation. An additional gift was made to the fund by the National Trust Board of Advisors in recognition of nine years of service by Timothy P. Whalen, director of the Getty Conservation Institute, who served as one of two advisors from California. The kirkpatrick Foundation provided an $80,000 grant to establish a dedicated Intervention Fund for Oklahoma City, managed by our Southwest Office. In close collaboration with local partners, these critical funds allow the National Trust to leverage new opportunities and respond quickly to immediate threats to the city s unique heritage.
6 > 1,498, grants Salt Lake City, this important financial tool received meaningful contributions from don stromquist, the Boyer Family, and historical arts & Casting, inc. 4 Preservation Society of Charleston, Master Preservation Program Participants in the Preservation society of Charleston s master Preservationist Program attend educational sessions to learn more about issues and challenges to historic preservation in Charleston and commit to 40 hours of community service. a $3,000 grant from the richard and Julia moe Preservation Fund for statewide and local Partners helped get this program underway. In a continuation of its long commitment to our nation s historic places, the Charles evans hughes memorial Foundation, inc., awarded $25,000 to advance preservation projects in states that do not have adequate funding from other sources. The National Trust also secured a renewed gift from the summerlee Foundation, which provided $10,000 in intervention funds to benefit historic places in the state of Texas. In 2010 dedicated preservation advocates came together to build support for the Utah Preservation Initiatives Fund, a passthrough grant fund that has helped preserve the state s heritage since In addition > to a $25,000 contribution from the George s. & dolores dore eccles Foundation of NATioNAl TruST FiNANCiAl ASSiSTANCE ProGrAMS 2010 Endowed Funds These vital pass-through funds provide an immediate impact today; however, the National Trust also remains strongly committed to expanding its endowed funds to benefit historic places in perpetuity. Gifts to create and expand endowed funds are a testament to our ProGrAM NuMbEr ToTAl of AWArdS AWArdEd Historic real Estate investments 6 $56,400,000 Preservation Funds 375 $1,498,202 American Express Partners in Preservation 25 $1,000,000 lowe s Charitable and Educational Foundation Preservation Fund 19 $815,000 Historic Sites Fund 17 $738,608 National Trust loan Fund 1 $250,000 Scholarships and internships 172 $121,073 Save America s Treasures (SAT) 4 $117,000 Historic Sites interpretation and Education Fund 11 $103,640 Partnership in Scholarship Grants 4 $60,000 ToTAl 634 $61,103,523
7 > donors extraordinary commitment to saving historic places. In big cities and rural regions from coast to coast, grants made from these permanent funds are having a major impact now, and will continue to advance preservation for generations to come. Preservation lost one of its true heroes in 2010 with the death of Chairman Emeritus dr. henry a. Jordan. As a testament to his deep commitment to historic places, Dr. Jordan provided a $250,000 gift through his estate to expand the Henry A. Jordan, M.D., Preservation Excellence Fund. This important resource provides grants for historic sites and communities across the Mid-Atlantic region. The harry e. linnemeyer irrevocable trust of saint louis, mo., provided a $300,000 contribution to expand the Missouri/Kansas Preservation Fund, with an emphasis on serving communities in eastern Missouri. lt. Col. and mrs. William k. konze generously provided a $20,000 gift, continuing their longstanding commitment to expanding the Eldridge Campbell Stockton Memorial Fund for Washington. Named in honor of Mrs. Konze s brother, this dedicated fund benefits historic places statewide. Advisor and longtime preservation advocate ann Bedsole contributed $12,500 to expand the Gwyn Turner Preservation Fund for Alabama. 5 beaux Arts building and Pythian Hall, St. louis, Mo ntcic made a $5.7 million historic and new markets tax credit investment in the $12 million historic rehabilitation of two interconnected commercial buildings in st. louis, the Beaux arts Building and Pythian hall. once completed, these formerly vacant properties will house a free public charter school with an arts focus. the project site is located in the Grand Center district of st. louis, a vibrant arts and entertainment destination. richard and Julia Moe Preservation Fund for Statewide and local Partners To recognize the leadership of Richard Moe, who retired as president of the National Trust in 2010, the preservation community came together to celebrate his service by making generous gifts to expand the fund he and his wife established to spark innovation among the National Trust s statewide and local preservation partners. Together, these gifts significantly expanded the richard and Julia moe Preservation Fund for statewide and local Partners, strengthening an endowed fund that serves as a testament to the vision and dedication the of the National Trust s President Emeritus. (See sidebar on page six for list of donors.)
8 Crystal Prigmore, Jeffe Summer Fellow thanks to a $5,000 gift from the James and elizabeth Pickman Foundation, summer intern Crystal Prigmore was able to work with the > southern Field office to help document sites for the Civil rights heritage trail. Funds for internship Programs and Fellowships 6 Through the generous support of Trustees robert leverage additional intern funding, supported and elizabeth Jeffe, four MBA candidates were recruited in 2010 to research potential entrepreneur- key projects over the summer. Their funding the hiring of two interns who worked on ial and business pursuits for the National Trust. The also allowed the interns to attend the 2010 Jeffes gift of $50,000 over two years will allow the National Preservation Conference in Austin, National Trust to hire another group of Jeffe Summer Fellows to continue that work in professional development opportunities in Tex., providing even greater educational and the areas of preservation and community A $5,000 gift from the James and elizabeth Pickman Foundation, used by the National Trust to > revitalization. The Pickmans have generously renewed their gift for To learn more about how you can make an investment in the work of preservation or to participate in National Trust for Historic Preservation financial assistance programs, go to list of donors richard and Julia Moe Preservation Fund for Statewide and local Partners $100,000 and above The Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Lead Trust David & Julia Uihlein Charitable Foundation $20,000 and above Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Jordan (Fieldstone 1793 Foundation) Estate of Paul Mellon $10,000 and above Richard and Mary Lyn Ballantine Mr. Joseph M. Bryan, Jr. Mr. D. Ronald Daniel and Ms. Lise Scott Janet and Tony Goldman Mr. and Mrs. David Herndon The Malkin Fund Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K. Thorne Mr. and Mrs. Clayton M. Timmons Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Woodcock $5,000 and above Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bruckheimer Mr. and Mrs. Duane L. Burnham Mr. and Mrs. Colin G. Campbell The Donnelley Foundation Mrs. Elinor K. Farquhar Mr. Bradley Hale Mr. William B. Hart Mr. and Mrs. J. Roderick Heller III Irene D. Kress Ms. Susan Eckert Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Malot Mrs. Diane Williams Parker Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Potter Mr. and Mrs. Georges St. Laurent Thompson Family Foundation $2,000 and above Mr. and Mrs. Jackson D. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Brown II Mr. Richard H. Jenrette Mr. and Mrs. John McKinnon Mr. Doug Morton and Ms. Marilyn Brown Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Ms. Miriam C. Selman Mr. A. Roy Smith Mrs. Sarita Warshawsky Mrs. Anne W. Wilson Statewide and Local Partners $1,000 and above Ms. Tabitha Almquist Ms. Aida Alvarez The Honorable Victor H. Ashe Ms. Sue Ball Mrs. Edith S. Bingham Mr. and Mrs. Shelby W. Bonnie Ms. Carolyn S. Brody Mr. Roger A. Brooks Mr. Paul Bruhn Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. James L. Coker Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arthur Daniels, Jr. Mrs. Stasia Davison Ms. Mary W. DeNadai, FAIA The Hon. and Mrs. Robert W. Duemling Mr. and Mrs. Richard Emerson Mr. and Mrs. S. Parker Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glickman Ms. Marilynn Wood Hill Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Kemper Lt. Col. and Mrs. William K. Konze Ms. Susan D. Phipps Preservation Trust of Vermont Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Royce Mr. Vincent J. Scully Ms. Carolyn H. Sundquist Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus B. Sweet Mr. John G. Turner Mrs. Richard C. Van Dusen Ms. Emily E. Wadhams Mr. and Mrs. Morris S. Weeden Mr. and Mrs. W. Robert White
9 financial assistance listed By Fund name African-American Preservation Fund $2,500 Southern Indiana Minority Enterprise Initiative, Inc., Jeffersonville, IN Alice rosenwald Flexible Fund for rosenwald Schools $5,000 City of Sadieville, KY $5,000 Fisk University Library, Nashville, TN $3,000 Walthall County Training School Alumni Association, Tylertown, MS $3,000 Castalia Community Development Corp, Castalia, NC $2,500 City of Seneca, SC $2,500 Shady Grove Restoration Committee, Gum Spring, VA $2,000 Okahumpka Community Club, Inc., Okahumpka, FL $1,200 Ellis Acres Memorial Park, Inc., Dillwyn, VA Antoinette F. downing Fund for rhode island $5,000 Living History, Providence $3,000 Herreshoff Marine Museum/America s Cup Hall of Fame, Bristol $2,000 The Municipal Heritage Group, North Providence Arkansas Preservation Fund $4,400 City of Tyronza $2,500 City of Lake Village bartus Trew Providence Preservation Fund for the Eastern Shore of Maryland $14,000 Kennard Alumni Association, Inc., Centreville $14,000 Maryland Association of Historic District Commissions, Frederick $14,000 United States Lighthouse Society, Alexandria, VA $13,500 Mid-Shore Community Foundation, Easton $10,000 Friends of Teackle Mansion, Princess Anne $10,000 Historical Society of Kent County, Chestertown $5,913 Echo Hill Outdoor School, Worton $1,605 Delaware Economic Development Office, Wilmington, DE battlefield Preservation Fund $10,000 Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition, Huntington, WV bill and Carol Gossard Preservation Fund for Colorado $5,000 City of Greeley $1,225 Branson School District $500 Denver s Old House Society, Inc. byrd Family Foundation/Winifred Evans byrd intervention Fund for louisiana $950 Foundation for Historical Louisiana, Baton Rouge California Endowed Fund $4,000 UCSC Foundation Friends of the Cowell Limeworks Historic District, Santa Cruz $3,282 Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California, San Francisco $3,000 10,000 Steps, Oakland $3,000 City of Alameda $3,000 Little Tokyo Service Center Community Development Corporation, Los Angeles Cecil dulin Wallace Preservation Services Fund for Mercer and boyle Counties of Kentucky $5,000 Danville/Boyle County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Danville Charles Evans Hughes Memorial Foundation, inc. $2,840 Greater Portland Landmarks, ME $2,840 Moffatt-Ladd House & Garden, Portsmouth, NH $2,500 Mayville State University Foundation, ND $2,100 Missouri Civil War Museum, St. Louis $2,000 Arizona Preservation Foundation, Phoenix $1,500 Missouri Preservation, Columbia $1,350 Coppin Heights Community Development Corporation, Baltimore, MD $1,250 Metropolitan Community College Foundation, Omaha, NE $1,044 East Tennessee Quality Growth, Inc., Knoxville $1,000 Cherokee County Historical Society, Inc., Canton, GA $1,000 Coastal Regional Commission of Georgia, Brunswick $1,000 Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, TN $1,000 Harlan County Tourism, Alma, NE $1,000 The Landmark Society of Western New York, Rochester $750 Historic Savannah Foundation, GA $500 Heritage Nebraska, Lincoln $500 MiMo Business Improvement Committee, Inc, Miami, FL $500 Preservation North Dakota, Fargo $500 Progress Through Preservation, Akron, OH $500 Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office, Cheyenne $425 Preserve Minneapolis $180 Rolette County Historical Society, Rolla, ND $129 Alliance for Downtown Meridian, Inc., MS 7
10 financial assistance listed By Fund name, continued 8 Victory Theater, Holyoke, MA a $4,500 grant from the Cynthia Woods mitchell Fund for historic interiors will allow the massachusetts international Festival of the arts to develop a conservation plan for the murals in the 1919 victory theater in holyoke, mass. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Fund for Historic interiors $10,000 Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, Katonah, NY $10,000 The Goldfield Historical Society, NV $10,000 Gore Place Society, Waltham, MA $10,000 Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center Foundation, Buford, GA $10,000 Historic Columbia Foundation, SC $10,000 Huntington County Commissioners, Huntington, IN $10,000 Salmagundi Club, New York, NY $9,500 Lew Wallace Study Preservation Society, Crawfordsville, IN $7,812 First Presbyterian Church of Galveston, TX $7,000 Bandalier National Monument, Los Alamos, NM $5,200 Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, Boston, MA $5,000 Curtains Without Borders, Burlington, VT $5,000 Shiloh Baptist Church, Philadelphia, PA $4,550 Friends of the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula, Missoula, MT $4,500 Massachusetts International Festival of the Arts, Holyoke $3,300 Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse Historical Society, Rochester, NY $3,000 Stanley-Whitman House, Farmington, CT $2,900 The Montpelier Foundation, Orange, VA $2,500 The Gibson Society, Inc., Boston, MA $2,500 International Tennis Hall of Fame, Newport, RI $1,200 Jamaica Plain Tuesday Club, Inc., MA daniel K. Thorne National intervention Fund $5,000 Canyon County Historical Society, Nampa, ID $5,000 Landmarks Illinois, Chicago $4,424 Teton Raptor Center, Wilson, WY $3,500 Rural Media Arts and Education Project, Mariposa, CA $3,000 City of Meridian, MS $3,000 Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation, Hamden $3,000 New Hampshire Preservation Alliance, Concord $2,750 Shaker Museum and Library, Old Chatham, NY $2,500 Battle of Franklin Trust, Franklin, TN $2,500 City of Ozark, MO $2,500 City of Schuyler, NE $2,500 Historic Rock Castle, Hendersonville, TN $2,320 Rolette County Historical Society, Rolla, ND $2,000 Historic Kansas City Foundation, MO $2,000 Preservation Iowa, Mount Pleasant $1,890 The Union Meeting House, Readfield, ME $1,500 City of Miles City, MT $1,258 Galveston Historical Foundation, TX $1,000 Dorchester Improvement Association, Midway, GA $1,000 Friends of Algiers Village, Inc., Guilford, VT $1,000 Friends of Brandon Town Hall, VT $1,000 MiMo Business Improvement Committee, Inc., Miami, FL $1,000 Sierra Club, San Francisco, CA $1,000 Sotterley Plantation, Hollywood, MD $1,000 Spirit of Anniston, Inc., AL $500 Lonco, Inc., Denver, CO $500 Maine Preservation, Portland $500 Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, St. Paul dodge Jones intervention Fund for Texas $250 City of Abilene donnelley Preservation Fund for illinois $3,000 City of Naperville $2,500 Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum, Rockford $1,250 McHenry County Illinois Historic Preservation Committee, Woodstock $1,000 Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago dorothea de Schweinitz Fund for the district of Columbia $5,000 The Cultural Landscape Foundation $5,000 DC Preservation League $5,000 Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington $5,000 National Association for Olmsted Parks $5,000 Church of the Holy City $4,250 Dumbarton House/The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America $1,500 Woodrow Wilson House
11 dr. Frank Henry landes Fund for iowa $2,000 River City Society for Historic Preservation, Mason City $1,900 Trinity United Methodist Church, Des Moines Eccles Fund for utah $5,500 Holy Cross Chapel, Salt Lake City $3,000 City of South Jordan $2,000 Fort Harmony Historical Society $2,000 Snow College Foundation, Ephraim $1,000 Utah Heritage Foundation, Salt Lake City Eldridge Campbell Stockton Memorial Fund for Washington $5,000 Monroe Historical Society $2,616 Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, Spokane $2,500 Eppard Vision-Applied Preservation Technologies, Bellingham $2,123 Town of Friday Harbor $1,500 Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, Seattle Elizabeth and robert Jeffe Preservation Fund for New York City $10,000 Free Synagogue of Flushing, Flushing $10,000 Louis Armstrong House Museum, Corona $10,000 New York Landmarks Conservancy $10,000 Two Bridges Neighborhood Council $10,000 World Monuments Fund $5,000 Preservation Alumni, Inc., Peck Slip $3,000 Bartow-Pell Landmark Fund, Bronx $2,000 Friends of the Upper East Side Historic District Fondren Preservation Fund for Texas $5,000 Historic Mesquite $4,000 Preservation Longview $4,000 Slavonic Benevolent Order Lodge No. 15, Houston $3,300 Cibolo Nature Center, Boerne $3,000 Partners for Sacred Places Regional Office, Fort Worth $2,500 Friends of Sylvan Beach Park and Pavilion, La Porte $2,000 Layland Museum, Cleburne $2,000 Preservation Texas, Inc., Austin $2,000 Rio Grande City Main Street Program $1,500 First Presbyterian Church, San Angelo $1,500 Taylor Community Development Corporation $1,250 City of San Antonio $600 Downtown Amarillo, Inc. Frances (Peg) lamont Preservation Fund for South dakota $2,250 County of Kingsbury, DeSmet $2,000 City of Pierre, Fort Pierre $2,000 Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, Fort Thompson Gwyn Turner Preservation Fund for Alabama $2,250 Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation, Livingston $2,000 Alabama A&M University, Huntsville $1,000 Spirit of Anniston, Inc., Anniston Hart Family Fund for Small Towns $5,000 Dundee Woman s Club, OR $5,000 Friends of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, Albuquerque, NM $5,000 Friends of Liberty Hall, Machiasport, ME $4,500 Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi, Hernando $4,000 Francestown Heritage Commission, NH $2,500 City of Schuyler, NE Hawai i Preservation Fund $12,084 Historic Hawai i Foundation, Honolulu $3,500 Friends of the Falls of Clyde, Honolulu Henry A. Jordan, M.d., Preservation Excellence Fund $2,500 Lower Merion Conservancy, Gladwyne, PA $2,000 Delaware Riverkeeper, Bristol, PA $2,000 Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust, Inc., Philadelphia $2,000 Ocean View Historical Society, DE $2,000 Preservation Virginia, Richmond $1,000 Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds, Alexandria 9 louis Armstrong House Museum, Corona, NY although the louis armstrong house museum is a national historic landmark and a new york City landmark, it has never had a historic structures report. thanks to the vision and support of the elizabeth and robert Jeffe Preservation Fund for new york City, we are now working with a noted preservation architect to create a historic structures report which will serve administrators, curators, and the public for many decades to come. michael CoGsWell, director, louis armstrong house museum
12 financial assistance listed By Fund name, continued 10 Houston Fund Equity Fund $7,000 Greater Houston Preservation Alliance, Houston, TX Jeffris Family Preservation Fund for Wisconsin $5,000 Waukesha County Historical Society & Museum, Waukesha $4,450 City of Delavan $3,500 City of Mineral Point Historic Preservation Commission $3,100 Ten Chimneys Foundation, Genesee Depot $2,500 Namur Belgian Heritage Foundation, Namur $1,750 Apostle Islands Historic Preservation Conservancy, Bayfield $1,500 Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison Jeffris Heartland Fund $35,000 Davis County Courthouse Preservation Fund, Bloomfield, IA $30,000 City of Whiting, IN $25,000 The Friends of Arrow Rock, Inc., MO $25,000 Preservation Iowa, Mount Pleasant $12,500 Historical Society of Perry County, Somerset, OH $12,000 Albion Community Foundation, MI $9,250 Hegeler Carus Foundation, La Salle, IL $9,000 Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, IA Johanna Favrot Fund for Historic Preservation $10,000 Historic Washington Foundation, MO $9,750 Greater Portland Landmarks, ME $7,500 Committee to Save the Bird Homestead, Inc., Rye, NY $7,500 Department of Cultural Affairs, City of New Haven, CT $5,000 California State Parks, Central Valley, Columbia, CA $5,000 City of Kenner, LA $5,000 Madison-Morgan Conservancy, Madison, GA $5,000 The Scarab Club, Detroit $5,000 The Sioux Falls State Theater Company, SD $5,000 Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital Region, Inc., Albany, NY $4,800 Shiloh Baptist Church, Philadelphia $4,500 Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust, Sugar Hill, NH $4,000 Brookfield Unitarian Universalist Church, MA $3,000 SOKOL Cedar Rapids, Inc., IA $2,500 Pleasant Home Foundation, Oak Park, IL $1,450 Town of Brookfield, MA John Chandler Preservation Week Program Fund for Philadelphia $845 Historic RittenhouseTown, Inc. John E. Streb Fund for New York $5,000 Curtains Without Borders, Burlington, VT $3,500 The Woodstock School of Art, Inc. $2,700 Historic Elmira $2,500 Historic Ithaca, Inc. $1,157 Greenway Heritage Conservancy, Albany Kentucky Preservation intervention Fund $5,000 Historic Locust Grove, Inc., Louisville $4,000 City of Maysville $2,000 Preservation Louisville, Inc. $1,000 Camp Springs Initiative, Melbourne Kirkpatrick Fund for Endangered Properties in Central oklahoma $10,000 First United Methodist Church, Guthrie Kohler intervention Fund for the Midwest $10,000 Friends of Historic Second Church, Chicago, IL $5,000 Main Street Iowa/Iowa Downtown Resource Center, Des Moines $3,000 Cedar Rapids Historic Preservation Commission, IA $1,000 National Alliance of Preservation Commissions, Athens, GA $920 Columbus Landmarks Foundation, OH leslie and Mary Tyler Cheek Preservation Fund for Virginia $3,000 Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society, Onancock $750 The Fairfield Foundation, White Marsh Friends of Arrow rock, Arrow rock, Mo this effort is a huge step forward in fulfilling the strategic priority of creating a master plan for preserving and interpreting the Friends of arrow rock s properties. We are extremely grateful to the Jeffris heartland Fund for making this possible. tom hall, President, Friends of arrow rock
13 South Pasadena Middle School, CA the Parent teacher association at the south Pasadena middle school in California used an $8,000 grant from the los angeles County Preservation Fund to restore donal hord s 1933 Civilian Conservation Corps Workers bas-relief sculpture and move it to the lobby entrance of the school s auditorium. los Angeles County Preservation Fund $10,000 Cal Poly Pomona Foundation, Inc., Pomona $10,000 City of Glendale Community Planning Department $10,000 City of Montebello $10,000 City of Temple City $10,000 Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles $10,000 Torrance Historical Society and Museum $8,500 El Sereno Bungalows Collective, Los Angeles $8,000 Cultural Heritage Foundation of Southern California, Los Angeles $8,000 South Pasadena Middle School Parent Teacher Association $7,850 Carthay Square Neighborhood Association HPOZ Committee, Los Angeles $7,840 La Puente Valley Historical Society, City of Industry $7,700 Grand Vision Foundation, San Pedro $7,400 Friends of La Laguna, San Gabriel $6,500 Pico Union Housing, Los Angeles $5,140 Historical Society of Southern California, Pasadena $5,000 City of Los Angeles Planning Department Office of Historic Resources $5,000 Echo Park Historical Society, Los Angeles $5,000 Friends of the Michael White Adobe, San Marino $5,000 Malibu Lagoon State Beach Interpretive Association $5,000 San Fernando Valley Historical Society, Mission Hills $5,000 The Whittier Conservancy $4,500 Historic Italian Hall Foundation/Italian American Museum of Los Angeles $4,500 Hollywood Community Housing Corporation, Los Angeles $3,500 Pasadena Heritage $2,000 Maravilla Historical Society, Los Angeles louis J. Appell, Jr., Preservation Fund for Central Pennsylvania $2,000 Old Caln Meeting House, Downingtown $1,000 Church of the Loving Shepherd, West Chester McCune intervention Fund for New Mexico $1,250 Solstice Project, Santa Fe Meadows Preservation Fund for Texas $1,500 Bremond Historical Society Michigan Preservation Fund $2,300 Village of Sparta Downtown Development Authority $2,000 Detroit Waldorf School $1,750 City of Sturgis $1,500 Albion Downtown Development Michigan upper Peninsula intervention Fund $5,000 Menominee Opera House Committee, Inc. Mildred Jones Keefe Preservation Fund for Massachusetts $3,000 Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Boston $2,584 Sheriff s Meadow Foundation, Vineyard Haven Missouri-Kansas Preservation Fund $2,000 Wichita Public Schools, KS $1,600 Historic Kansas City Foundation, MO $1,000 Waterville Preservation Society, Inc., KS Modernism and recent Past intervention Fund $3,000 Los Angeles Conservancy, CA $2,000 The Cultural Landscape Foundation, Washington, DC $1,713 Historic Hawai i Foundation, Honolulu $1,500 City of Aspen, CO $1,500 The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, St. Paul $1,000 Neutra Institute for Survival Through Design, Los Angeles $800 Modernism Week, Palm Springs, CA Montana Preservation Fund $2,659 City of Great Falls/Cascade County Historic Preservation Commission $1,000 Lima Historical Society 11