Partnership Grants

Requesting an Account

In order to submit a grant application you must have an active account in the MNHS grant portal. If you do not already have an active account, you will need to request one by providing basic information about the organization you represent. Receiving an account login can take up to 2 business days. Please allow sufficient time to activate your account and to draft an application for submittal. We recommend requesting an account no later than two weeks prior to the pre-application deadline. If your organization already has an account, disregard this step in the process. To request an account, click on “Create an account now” in the grants portal.
Your Name: Provide your name.
Your Email Address: Provide a valid contact email address, not a generic organizational email. This email will become the username of your personal login.
Your Phone: Provide your day time phone number.
Organization / Applicant Name: Provide the name of the lead organization. For the purposes of the Heritage Partnership Program, the applicant organization will be the lead partner (see “Lead Partner’s Responsibilities”).
Organization / Applicant Federal Employer Identification Number: Provide the federal employer identification (FEI) number of the applicant organization.
Mailing address: city, state, country and postal code: Provide the address of the applicant organization. Be sure that this address has a mail receptacle so the US Postal Service can safely deliver grant award information and payments.
Project title and Project summary: Provide a little background on the project. THIS IS NOT THE APPLICATION, but it helps determine if you are seeking your grant from the correct funding source. Your summary should be no longer than a few sentences and should describe the project, not the organization.
Amount requested, Projected Start Date, and Projected Duration: Again, this is not the actual application so the numbers do not have to be set in stone. However, give an estimate of the project’s timeline and the amount of funding sought. Select the appropriate grant program from the drop down menu; for this program, choose Heritage Partnership Program.
Submit your request when you are finished. The Grants Office can take up to 2 business days to set up an organization’s account.
Once the Grants Office reviews your request for an account you will receive an email either approving, rejecting, or requesting clarification or additional information. If approved, you will receive a username (your email) and a randomly created password to access the grants portal.
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