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=====Florida Grants===== =====Florida Grants=====
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 +**News July 2018**
 +Florida’s Advertising Matching Grants Program is meant to get publicity for all the tourism benefits of the state The grants are available to eligible local government agencies and nonprofits in smaller municipalities (50,000 people or less, or fewer than 200,000 if in an unincorporated area. This grant is a reimbursement program which awards the cash grants after proof of the money spent on specific advertising. Details about requirements of the advertising are available on the VisitFlorida website.  There you can also view a video tutorial about how to apply. Deadlines are past for 2018 but will open in December 2018 for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
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**The Historic Preservation Grants Program**:  This program is designed to preserve and protect the state’s “historic and archaeological sites and properties.” It is available only to state government agencies, local government organizations and non-profits which are officially designated as 501c3’s by the IRS. There are both Special Category and Small Matching Grants and awards can be requested for up to $350,000 for the former and $50,000 for the latter.  More information is available from the Florida Department of State’s Division of Historical Resources. **The Historic Preservation Grants Program**:  This program is designed to preserve and protect the state’s “historic and archaeological sites and properties.” It is available only to state government agencies, local government organizations and non-profits which are officially designated as 501c3’s by the IRS. There are both Special Category and Small Matching Grants and awards can be requested for up to $350,000 for the former and $50,000 for the latter.  More information is available from the Florida Department of State’s Division of Historical Resources.
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