This article discusses the Save America’s Treasures (SAT) initiative and grant which is funded through the national government.

Birthed in the late 1990s, grant funding has gone through ups and downs due to poor advocacy work.

In more recent years, the National Park Service has showcased successful Save America’s Treasures projects, as have other proponents of the grant.

This allows SAT to appear on Congress’s radar other than when funding dips and they request more.

The article also offers helpful tips for institutions interested in applying for a SAT grant.