We believe in assisting the public, researchers, contractors, and professionals in keeping history alive and well in the state of Utah.
We offer funding assistance through grants, and information on other funding sources to help you complete your preservation projects.
- Financial assistance for historic preservation
State History offers grants for Certified Local Governments (CLGs), assistance with federal and state tax credits, and information on multiple other loans, grants, and funding sources for historic preservation projects.
- Cemetery grants
State History offers grants to help cemeteries digitize their records for private and public use, and for inclusion on the statewide Cemeteries and Burials Database.
- Oral HistoryCompetitive Grants are awarded for public humanities projects around the state. These projects demonstrate a wide variety of humanities disciplines and formats and address important community issues. Competitive Grant applications are reviewed by the UH Board annually in April. Funds for Competitive Grants are made possible through the National Endowment for the Humanities.
- Other Funding Sources: State History can help you understand and connect to multiple funding sources for:
- Culture Development
- Heritage Tourism and Business Development