The History Trust’ s Community History Program administers two annual grant funds, the South Australian History Fund (SAHF) and the Community Museums Program (CMP) grant fund.
You can find out about upcoming grant opportunities for South Australian community history organisations here and submit applications online for grant funds administered by the History Trust of South Australia.
2017/18 South Australian History Fund
An exciting range of SA history will be uncovered and presented thanks to funding from the History Trust’s annual South Australian History Fund.
19 organisations and individuals are sharing in $50,000 for projects including:
- a suffragette history book in graphic novel format
- interpretive signage for the Beltana State Heritage Area
- preservation of historical films
- research projects focusing on South Australian Aboriginal histories
- an app for exploring the Robe Cemetery.
Projects funded represent the depth and breadth of historical research and community interest in South Australian history and relate to many different topics and regions of the state.
“Supporting the extensive community history network to research and present South Australia’s unique stories is at the heart of the South Australian History Fund and is a key aspect of the History Trust of South Australia ‘giving the past a future – now!’”, says CEO, Greg Mackie OAM. “This year we were able to increase the funding pool to further assist the production and sharing of South Australia’s history”.
A full list of grant recipients is available here – SAHF Projects Supported 2017-18
Enquiries about future SAHF grant rounds can be made to the History Trust’s community history officers at firstname.lastname@example.org