Please carefully review the Grant Management Guidelines. The grant recipient has full responsibility for the project activities under a grant awarded by the Lackawanna Heritage Valley. If you have any questions about managing your LHV grant, please contact April Rogato, Executive Assistant, at arogato@LHVA.org or 570.963-6730 x8200.
All grant recipients are responsible for submitting final project reports. Partnership Grant recipients are responsible for submitting progress reports, payment requests, and final project reports. Reports and payment requests should be submitted electronically by the due date to April Rogato, Executive Assistant, at arogato@LHVA.org. Additional materials may be sent as electronic attachments, by fax (570.963.6732), or by postal mail to LHV’s offices to the attention of Ms. Rogato.
Grant recipients must credit LHV’s funding support in every public activity related to the funded project. This includes all project publications and materials, promotions, public events, website pages, signage, and media appearances. Failure to do so will jeopardize future funding.
Grantees are asked to notify LHV of public and press events, exhibit openings, and dedication ceremonies three to four weeks, or as soon as possible, before the event date so that LHV can arrange to have a representative attend the event.
Grant recipients will receive a Press Kit with their award information. It also is available as a PDF by clicking the link below or by contacting LHV. Grantees are responsible for reviewing this publication and adhering to its guidelines. Grantees should use LHV’s logo in all events and materials pertaining to a grant supported project. If a grant recipient cannot use LHV’s logo, the following credit statement should be used:
“Sponsored in part by the Lackawanna Heritage Valley in partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the National Park Service.”
The Partnership Grant Program of the Lackawanna Heritage Valley is supported by the National Park Service and the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.