History Trust Grant Funds
2021 grant round dates at a glance:
|MaC Project Grants|
|Round 4 stage 2||OPEN Now||Closes 15 March|
|Round 4 stage 3||Opens 29 March||Closes 17 May|
|Round 5 stage 1||Opens 10 September||Closes 24 October|
|MaC Small Grants|
|2021||OPEN Now||Closes 10 December|
|SAHF 2021-22 round||Opens 23 July||Closes 5 September|
Among the key aims of The History Trust of South Australia is to keep building the evidence of our state’s rich and fascinating past and to make it accessible to all. We offer two annual grant programs that progressively add to South Australia’s history and bring it to life. These are the South Australian History Fund (SAHF) and Museums and Collections (MaC). The SAHF supports community and individual projects, publications and research, while the MaC fund supports groups who participate in the MaC Standards and Funding Program.
Our guiding principles in delivering our grant programs are:
- We champion South Australia’s history and make it accessible
- We tell our stories locally and globally
- We foster innovative research and engagement
- We invest in emerging and established historians
- We welcome and share diverse voices and stories
Museums and Collections (MaC) Grants
MaC Projects round 4 is underway. Applications to stage 1 of the grant round closed on 9 November. Applications for stage 2 of this round are being accepted through until 15 March 2021. Stage 3 applications will be accepted in the period late March through until 17 May.
You are welcome to get in touch with the History Trust’s community history officers if you would like to explore joining the network of MaC members. MaC is for all community history collecting organisations large or small. Becoming a member of MaC ensures you are eligible to apply for MaC grants.
MaC Project grants are assessed and approved after each grant stage and MaC Small grants are approved on a rolling basis.
South Australian History Fund (SAHF)
The SAHF is available to a wide variety of community organisations for small history projects and to individuals for publication and research projects. Enquiries are welcome throughout the year.
The SAHF grant round for 2020-21 has been notified. The list of successful projects is available here.
The next SAHF grant round is expected to run in June/July 2021. For reference you can see the information from the 2020-21 round below. Ahead of that grant round these documents will be updated.