Each year, the Lake Champlain Basin Program—as the managing entity of the Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership—awards implementation grants that allow partners in the region to protect and interpret our heritage. These grants, which are funded through the National Park Service, are offered in a number of categories, including local heritage, interpretive themes, collections, internships and special categories. Since 2008, 41 cultural heritage projects have been chosen for funding.
Learn more about projects that have been funded with CVNHP grants →
Current Grant Opportunities
There are no grant opportunities available at this time. Requests for Proposals for grants are generally released in early fall of each year. CVNHP grants and a variety of other funding opportunities are also posted on the Lake Champlain Basin Program website.
If your organization has been awarded a grant from the LCBP, these tools and templates will help guide you through the process.