Media & Press

Applications Due for Board Building and Preservation Planning Workshop for African American Museums and Historic Sites

BLURB: Applications Due for Board Building and Preservation Planning Workshop for African American Museums and Historic Sites Preservation Leadership Training ® Targeted: Board Building and Preservation Planning Workshop, Mar. 26-28, Memphis, TN, is designed for executive directors, trustees, and boards managing African American historic sites and museums. Topic areas will include non-profit management, preservation planning, board development and fundraising strategies. Apply by February 17.   TWITTER: Gain the tools/strategies to build a...

Read More

Tennessee Downtowns Program Deadline

The Letters of Intent to apply for the Tennessee Downtowns program is due January 14, 2020. More information about the application and process can be found here.

Read More

Tennessee Songwriters Week Sign-up

    Calling All Songwriters: Sign up for “Tennessee Songwriters Week” Qualifying Rounds for Chance to Perform at The Bluebird Cafe Tennessee Tourism Expands Second Annual Competition NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development is set to expand its second annual Tennessee Songwriters Week in 2020 with the addition of qualifying rounds across the state. Starting December 9, songwriters can sign up to perform at qualifying rounds at...

Read More

Safe Routes to Parks Applications Open November 4, 2019

The Program The Safe Routes to Parks Activating Communities program provides tailored technical assistance for seven communities to develop Safe Routes to Parks action plans and awards $12,500 to each community to begin implementation of those plans. The Safe Routes to Parks action plans will be based upon the Safe Routes to Parks Action Framework, developed in 2017 through the collaborative efforts of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership and...

Read More

FY2019 Applications Open for AACR, HBCU, SAT, and URC on Grants.gov

The State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants Division is now accepting applications for four grant programs through the Historic Preservation Fund: $14.5 million is available in funding for the 2019 African American Civil Rights (AACR) grant program, $8 million for the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) grant program, $13 million for the Save America’s Treasures (SAT) grant program, and $750,000 for the Underrepresented Communities (URC) grant program. These competitive...

Read More

Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) -Accepting Grant Applications for Historic Preservation Projects

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                   CONTACT: Claudette Stager November 26, 2018                                           ...

Read More

Register Now for the School Bus Replacement Grant Application Workshop

Register Now for the School Bus Replacement Grant Application Workshop!   When: Tuesday, October 16, 1:15 PM – 3:15 PM CST Where: Wilson County Schools Administrative & Training Complex, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087 Register Here! The Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation (TDEC) and the Tennessee Department of Education have partnered to host an application workshop for the School Bus Replacement Grant program on Tuesday, October 16 at the...

Read More

TNECD: TN Placemakers

TN Placemakers are excited  about a new opportunity from TNECD to support entrepreneurship. The TN Placemakers fund combines various sources of funding to help develop entrepreneurs into one program that is easy to apply for and allows communities and non-profits to apply for funds to asses needs related to entrepreneurship, build and sustain programs that help entrepreneurs, and train entrepreneurs. TN Placemakers will start accepting applications in October, and planning...

Read More
« Previous PageNext Page »

“The folks at MAAG have been a real asset for the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce. The assistance they provided with our DRA grant was immeasurable. Without it, I doubt if we could have pulled it off. The staff is passionate about their work and their commitment to making the
Memphis Region a better place is most evident.”

John Threadgill - President, Bartlett Area Chamber