Patapsco Heritage Greenway Sponsorships
Patapsco Heritage Greenway has sponsorships available for programs and events hosted by local non-profit organizations. Priority will be given to events happening within the Patapsco Valley Heritage Area. Awards generally do not exceed $1000.
Please fill out the online form below to submit your request. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com Sponsorship requests will be reviewed at the end of each quarter: September 30, December 31, March 31, June 30.
If you have a need for expedited review before the conclusion of the quarter, please note this in your application. The Sponsorship Program is made available through support from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, the Citizens of Baltimore County, and the Howard County Government.
- Maryland Humanities Council Grants
- Catonsville Women’s Giving Circle Grants
- Preservation Maryland Grants
- Chesapeake Bay Trust Grants
- Maryland Department of Education Grants
- Howard County Historic Preservation Commission
- Maryland Department of Transportation SHA, Recreational Trails Program
- Constellation’s Community Champions Grants
- List of Maryland State Grants
- The ‘One Stop Shop’ For Diverse Environmental Speakers, Trainers
- Chesapeake Bay Trust Capacity Building and Environmental Education Resources
- Alice Ferguson Foundation
- The University of Maryland Extension (UME) Bay-Wise Program
- Preservation Maryland Resources, Preservecast, and Advocacy
- Sustaining Places: Resources for Small Museums and Historic Sites
- Weather It Together: Disaster Response & Recovery for Historic Communities
- Keeping History Above Water Toolkit
- Preparedness Planning for Businesses
- AIC- Heritage Emergency Programs
- Connecting to Collections Care–Protecting Your Collection: Writing a Disaster Response Plan
- Guidelines for Disaster Preparedness in Museums
- Library of Congress: What to do if collections get wet
- Ellicott City Flood Resources
Kit Valentine was a life-long resident and champion of the Patapsco Valley. He was an advocate for the environment who served as president and vice-president of Patapsco Heritage Greenway (PHG) for ten years. Valentine gave back to the community during the last 25 years of his life, by helping others, and was described as a man of character and personal integrity.
Kit, a lifelong scouter, believed in leaving the world a better place. Scouting was a major influence in his life and as a young man, he built a nature trail in the McKeldin section of the Patapsco Valley State Park for his Eagle Scout project. This led to a degree in forestry management and many more trails including PVSP’s popular Grist Mill Trail. He was also instrumental in the Rails-to-Trails improvements for the Catonsville/Oella/Ellicott City trolley lines and the Short Line to Catonsville.
In remembrance of Kit and to his honor his legacy PHG established the Kit Valentine Memorial Fund to encourage the next generation of trail “blazers and builders.” Through this fund, we offer grants to support Eagle and Gold Award projects. To qualify, the project should meet the following criteria:
- Be accomplished on public land in or around PVSP
- Have an environmental, recreational or usage enhancement
- Meet Boy Scout of America or Girl Scout award requirements
2020 – PHG granted $500 from the Kit Valentine fund to Eagle Scout candidate Grant Miller’s project. Grant built horseshoe pits next to two of the large pavilions in PVSP’s Hollofield Area to help enhance the recreational experience for those who visit the park.