To help us with planning next year’s heritage organizations budgets here are the recipients of the 2012 Community Heritage Grants that provide matching funds (via reimbursement) for:

Professional development – for activities that enhance the capabilities of the board, staff and volunteers of non-profit organizations to collect, preserve and interpret history in Snohomish County.

Public education – for activities that incorporate county history into the educational infrastructure and the general public discourse.

Capital – for assist an agency in meeting urgent health, safety and welfare needs that preserve its facility assets and enhance service to the public.

Collections management – for support for projects that assist non-profit organizations to effectively execute their stewardship obligations for their collections.