The State Historical Fund awarded Historic Greeley a $15,000 grant to assess the structure and develop recommendations for the preservation and use of one of Greeley's finest historic homes.
In 2006, while the local Masonic order sought to reduce operational expenses of their lodge, Historic Greeley garnered a $90,000 State Historical Fund grant on behalf of the Masons to rehabilitate windows and doors and replace an outdated HVAC system.
Historic Greeley procured and administered two SHF grants from 2008 to 2011 on behalf of one of Greeley’s most prominent downtown churches to replace and rehabilitate heating and electrical systems, as well as the roof, windows, and doors.
Historic Greeley served as the non-profit applicant for the owners of the Greeley State Armory for a Historic Structure Assessment grant from the SHF. The grant paid for the structure study which uncovered a critical roof failure from the building’s previous use as a bar with a vintage plane suspended inside.
Historic Greeley procured, then transferred a $200,000 grant from the State Historical Fund to the City of Greeley toward this Beaux-Arts building’s adaptive re-use as the Greeley History Museum.