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Preservation Virginia receives $500,000 Mellon Foundation grant

Preservation Virginia, a nonprofit that focuses on historic preservation, has received a $500,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation to help document, elevate and save traditionally underrepresented history throughout the commonwealth.

Will Glasco, director of development at Preservation Virginia, said the newly launched “Voices Remembered” program will increase the capacity of local preservation groups and Preservation Virginia to identify and raise awareness for unique historic sites and stories

Also, Glasco said the Mellon-funded “Humanities in Place” program will: 1) support community outreach to help local communities harness tools to achieve preserving their history and historic sites; 2) grow Preservation Virginia’s African American Fellows Program from three participants to five with the goal of increasing participation in the historic preservation field; 3) expand descendant participation in the stories shared at Preservation Virginia’s six historic sites open to the publ...

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