Connecticut Preservation Grants – 2021

Posted May 4th, 2021 by maryalbro and filed in News & Announcements
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The 1772 Foundation and Preservation Connecticut have awarded twelve historic preservation one-for-one matching grants totaling $100,000. Grants were provided for exterior work, such as painting; surface restoration; fire/security systems; repairs to/restoration of chimneys, porches, roofs, and windows; repairs to foundations and sills; and masonry repointing. Individual grants ranged from $2,000 to the grant maximum of $10,000, with six organizations receiving the latter amount. Grants also were awarded in each of the other five New England states.

Wilcox-Bushley House (Farmington Land Trust)

GRANTEESITEAWARD
Adam Stanton House (Clinton)Adam Stanton House and General Store$10,000
Amity & Woodbridge Historical Society (Woodbridge)Thomas Darling House$10,000
Connecticut Landmarks (Hartford)Isham-Terry House$9,000
Farmington Land Trust (Farmington)Wilcox-Bushley House$10,000
Guilford Keeping Society (Guilford)Thomas Griswold House$5,000
Hebron Historical Society (Hebron)Old Town Hall$2,000
The Hotchkiss Library of Sharon (Sharon)Hotchkiss Library$10,000
Keeler Tavern Museum (Ridgefield)Keeler Tavern$9,000
Neighborhood Housing Services (New Haven)Charles Wells Blakeslee Jr. House$10,000
New Haven Museum (New Haven)Pardee-Morris House$9,000
Pine Orchard Union Chapel Association (Branford)Pine Orchard Union Chapel$6,000
Torrington Historical Society (Torrington)Hotchkiss-Fyler House Museum$10,000