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The Petra National Foundation (USA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation established to promote greater understanding in the United States of the historic, archaeological, cultural and environmental significance of the ancient city of Petra in southern Jordan. The Foundation supports efforts to protect and preserve the site and surrounding area, and to encourage better management of and public access to the Petra Archaeological Park.

Project Grant Priorities:

The Foundation accepts letters of inquiry for grant requests for projects intended to:
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  • Preserve the archaeological resources, cultural heritage and natural environment of Petra;
  • Promote the study of Petra and the region in American secondary schools, colleges, and universities;
  • Support internships for American students to work with Jordanian authorities and others on projects of historic, archaeological, cultural, and environmental significance;
  • Promote exchanges and cooperative initiatives among American and Jordanian scholars, non-profit organizations, site management specialists, engineers, entrepreneurs, tourism authorities, and others which contribute to the preservation and protection of Petra and the surrounding area.
Letter of Inquiry:

Letters of inquiry should be submitted to the Foundation by October 1 and should include:
  • A one-page project summary;
  • A description of the issue addressed by the proposed work and how it relates to Foundation priorities;
  • An explanation of how you or your organization are qualified to undertake the project and when and where the work will be conducted;
  • A brief description of anticipated results and the beneficiaries of the work proposed; and
  • An estimate of the total cost of the proposed work and the total funding requested from PNF.

Project Summaries

The one-page project summary must:
  • Provide the name of your organization and parent organization (if any), email and website address, mailing address, telephone and fax numbers, and any other relevant contact information
  • Identify who will carry out the proposed work and their qualifications
The Foundation will acknowledge letters of inquiry by
November 1. If the Foundation considers the proposal eligible for funding, you will be invited to submit a full grant proposal no later than January 15.

Full Grant Proposals:

If requested, full grant proposals must include:
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  • The proposing organization's current budget;
  • A detailed project budget;
  • A timeline of anticipated work and goals completed;
  • The curriculum vitae of those who would be directly engaged in the project;
  • The project sponsor's legal and tax status;
  • Present means of support and status of any applications to other funding sources.
Foundation decisions on grant proposals will be made by February 30.

Please send Letters of Inquiry to:

Petra National Foundation
c/o Dr. Douglas Comer
Vice Chair for Projects and Programs
4303 Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
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