New Hampshire Preservation Grants – 2021

Posted May 4th, 2021 by maryalbro and filed in News & Announcements
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Willing Workers Hall
(Willing Workers Society)

The 1772 Foundation and The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance have awarded thirteen 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 four organizations receiving the latter amount. Grants also were awarded in each of the other five New England states.

Berlin and Coos County Historical Society (Berlin)Maynesboro Stud Barn$8,750
The Colonial Theatre (Bethlehem)The Colonial Theatre$2,000
Currier Museum of Art (Manchester)George Byron Chandler House$8,750
Enfield Shaker Museum (Enfield)Stone Mill$10,000
Historic Harrisville (Harrisville)St. Denis Church$10,000
North Wilmot Union Meeting House (North Wilmot)North Wilmot Church$9,000
Northern Forest Center (Lancaster)Parker J. Noyes Building$5,000
Portsmouth Historical Society (Portsmouth)John Paul Jones House$7,000
Portsmouth Women's City Club (Portsmouth)375 Middle Street$7,000
Society for the Preservation of the Old Webster Meeting House (Webster)Old Webster Meeting House$7,500
Southeast Land Trust (Epping)John Prescott Chase Farmhouse$5,000
Sutton Historical Society (Sutton)South Sutton Meetinghouse$10,000
Willing Workers Society (Warren/Glencliff)Willing Workers Hall$10,000