About the Program
The Modern Endangered Archives Program funds projects that document, digitize, and make accessible endangered archival materials from the 20th and 21st centuries.
We offer four levels of support for projects to organize, collect, convert and describe archival material or existing digital assets.
MEAP supports projects to preserve, document and digitize collections at risk from environmental conditions, political uncertainty, inherently unsustainable media, inappropriate storage or communal and social change. Materials must fit within the following scope.
The Modern Endangered Archives Program is part of a family of cultural heritage programs funded by Arcadia. All programs fund projects to preserve and make accessible endangered cultural materials and knowledge.