We’re proud to announce that our partnering organization, Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, is now known as Indiana Landmarks, and will move to an exciting new location as a result of a gift from Bill & Gayle Cook.
We’re even prouder to celebrate its 50th year and recognize it as the largest statewide preservation group in the U.S. In its 50-year history, the organization’s education, advocacy and financial assistance programs have helped people preserve historic places throught the state. One of those ways is through the jointly funded Historic Preservation Education Grant program, an annual program to support educational programs related to historic structures in Indiana. We’re looking forward to receiving this year’s batch of applicants in just a few days.
If you’re interested in learning more about the grant program, click here. For more about Indiana Landmarks, and the renovation of the former Central Avenue United Methodist Church (which will become its headquarters and a community venue for weddings, performances and other cultural events) visit IndianaLandmarks.org.