Micro-Grants Fund Four New Preservation Projects

Thank you to everyone who came last night to our micro-grant party and helped select the four new ideas to advance preservation in Baltimore! We hope you enjoyed the fantastic restoration projects going on at Clifton Mansion. Here are the four projects that received funding:

$500 Micro-Grants: 

Friends of St. Vincent Cemetery: The micro-grant will help them develop a master plan in their ongoing efforts to clean-up and stabilize the formerly neglected St. Vincent Cemetery in Clifton Park.

Reservoir Hill Improvement Council: The micro-grant will help the community party, Arches and Access, illuminate the historic arched entrance to Druid Hill Park and the Rawlings Conservatory as part of Light City Baltimore.

$250 Micro-Grants: 

Ernie Dimler: The micro-grant will help Mr. Dimler conserve and display Baltimore City archival material in his expanding public collections at the Bromo Seltzer Tower.

Adam Fracchia: The micro-grant will help Dr. Fracchia with his archaeological exploration of the lives of enslaved people and convict labor at the ruins of the former Northampton furnace iron foundry.


We will keep you posted as these projects move along and, again, thank you!!


  1. Ernie Dimler says:

    The Micro Grant will help preserve the Baltimore documents known as
    The Whitey Mansberger collection.
    Sleeves ,Boxes and restorations can now take place thanks to your Mini Grant.
    Thank You, Johns Hopkins and Baltimore Heritage.
    These Baltimore related documents are of Historic Significance 1810-1880.
    The Clifton Mansion Tour was wonderful
    Thank You to all who voted for me.

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