Heritage Legacy Fund awards $90,000 in grants

Following a rigorous adjudication process, 17 heritage projects will be receiving $90,000 in grants. This funding, made possible through the Heritage Legacy Fund and overseen by Heritage BC, provides grants for heritage conservation and heritage awareness projects throughout British Columbia.

The Heritage Legacy Fund (HLF) was established in 2003 by the provincial government of British Columbia with an endowment of $5 million, held by the Vancouver Foundation. The fund provides grants for heritage conservation and heritage awareness projects in British Columbia. Heritage BC is the fund advisor.

Since June 2005 the Heritage Legacy Fund has supported heritage conservation in British Columbia with nearly two million dollars of project funding. Applications come from a variety of sources including museums, heritage societies, local governments, school boards, and First Nations. 

For more information about the Heritage Legacy Fund and projects funded by the Heritage Legacy Fund:

» Heritage Legacy Fund

» HLF Projects 2016

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