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APF Jumpstart Grant Recipients


The Arizona Preservation Foundation Jumpstart Grant aims to provide small grants to Arizona non-profit organizations to initiate historic preservation projects in their communities. Grants of up to $2,000 are available, particularly for threatened historic resources. Applications can be submitted at any time and will be reviewed by the APF Grants Committee until the fund is depleted. Each organization may submit up to two applications per calendar year. Click here to apply. Information about the APF Digital Innovation Grant is available here

Arizona Downtown Alliance ~ Technical Assistance for Main Street Communities (Ongoing)

Arizona Vintage Sign Coalition ~ Group Effort to Save Maroney's Cleaners & Laundry Vintage Letters (2021)

Cornville Historical Society ~ Cornville Post Office Preservation (2024)

Grand Avenue Members Association, Phoenix ~ Grand Avenue Historic District (2022)

HD SOUTH, Gilbert ~ Save The Clare Home (2024)

Ignite Sign Museum ~ Saving Phoenix's Moe Allen Auto Body Shop Sign (2018)

Litchfield Park Historical Society ~ Tal’-wi-wi Ranch Preservation (2023)

Mesa Historical Museum ~ Lehi Auditorium Renovation (2024)

City of Prescott Valley ~ Saving the Prescott Valley Motel Sign (2020)

Preserve Phoenix ~ Organizational Formation Support (2022)

Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation ~ Tucson Midcentury Modern Neighborhoods (2023)

University of Arizona ~ Arizona/New Mexico Historic Preservation Trades Regional Market Study (2020)

Vail Preservation Society ~ Dusting Off the Butterfield Trail – Exploring its Story and Continuing Impacts (2023)

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