Context and scope
Archives Revealed is a partnership funding programme between The National Archives, the Pilgrim Trust and the Wolfson Foundation, and is the only funding stream in the UK dedicated to cataloguing and unlocking archives.
The goal of the Archives Revealed programme is to ensure that significant archive collections, representing the lives and perspectives of all people across the UK, are made accessible to the public for research and enjoyment.
This funding programme provides grants of up to £45,000 for the cataloguing of archives.
If you have any questions about Archives Revealed Cataloguing Grants, please contact us via email: email@example.com.
This grant programme will reopen in early 2024, with a pre-launch webinar to be held in advance of the reopening date. Further details will be made available closer to the time.
Archives Revealed Cataloguing Grants are grants of up to £45,000 for archives to create catalogues of archival collections.
The grant will fund projects lasting up to two years.
The grant programme runs once per year, usually opening in the first quarter of the calendar year (January-March). It is a two-phase application process, with a preliminary expression of interest phase, followed by a full application in Phase 2.
The programme is usually highly competitive, with less than 20% of applications receiving funding: we usually offer funding to eight or nine applicants, and typically receive between 50 and 100 applications.
The grant programme will reopen in early 2024, with a pre-launch webinar to be held in advance of the reopening date. Further details will be made available closer to the time.