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Subvention Program: Subvention Program These grants provide funding for nonprofit presses to help pay for the costs of manufacturing and distributing documentary volumes produced by projects that have been supported or formally endorsed by the Commission. The grants are intended to promote the widest possible use of these editions and to encourage the highest archival permanence standards of paper, printing, and binding. For the initial printing of the volume, the Commission will fund only the presses estimated loss. Subvention grants for initial printings cannot exceed $10,000. For the reprinting of a volume, the NHPRC may provide as much as half of the production costs, up to a maximum of $3,000. The Commission will accept subvention proposals for decision at either its November or May meetings.