SAA Foundation Awards Five Strategic Growth Grants

August 3, 2022—The SAA Foundation Board awards grants that meet the mission and goals of the Foundation and/or SAA’s strategic planning priorities. Now in its seventh year of the program, the Foundation is pleased to announce the following grant projects:

  • “Growing Across Generations,” as submitted by the Pueblo of Isleta, funded in the amount of $5,000. 
  • “Arizona Museum-Archives Collaboration,” as submitted by the Museum Association of Arizona, funded in the amount of $3,500.
  • “Community Collections and Collaborations” as submitted by the Maryland Center for History and Culture, funded in the amount of $5,000.
  • “The Importance of Caring in Nursing: Providing Online Access to the Archives of Caring,” as submitted by Florida Atlantic University, funded in the amount of $5,000.
  • “Collective Leadership and Anti-Oppressive Facilitation Training for SAA Education,” as submitted by Jessica Chapel, Alison Clemens, and Dr. Lydia Tang, funded in the amount of $3,400.

Congratulations to the awardees! 

Thanks to all the applicants for their interest and commitment to the growth of the profession, and to the many donors who have generously supported the Strategic Growth Fund, which allows for these opportunities. Learn more about the SAA Foundation’s grant program, including guidelines and deadlines, and consider making a donation to the fund.


The Society of American Archivists Foundation is the nation’s leading source of nonprofit funding dedicated to the interests of archives and archivists. Donations to the SAA Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, are tax deductible.