The Historical Preservation Foundation has, since it was founded, funded nearly 100 educational and historical preservation projects from around the state, among these are:
Funding for "Sierra Gold" on PBS
Scholarships for the Western Archives Institute
Funding for the reprinting of Iron Horses to Promontory.
Funding for interpretive signage for the Mountain Quarries Bridge.
Funding for the Citrus Roots Foundation's history video.
Funding for an interpretive plaque at the Tomo Kahni State Historic Park.
Funding interpretive signage at the Mare Island Museum.
Funding for the Gold Rush exhibit a the Benicia Historical Museum.
Funding for the conservation of Indigenous artifacts at the University of LaVerne
Funding for the floor restoration at Casa Romantica in San Clemente
Funding for the restoration of Mission San Gabriel.
Funding for the digitizing of the the Amador Ledger by the Amador County Library
Funding for the conservation of the Pioneer Monument in Truckee
Funding for the Chinese Railroad Worker's Monument, currently housed at the State Railroad Museum
Funding for restoration of the Olivera Street Cross in Los Angeles
Funding for the restoration of the Dunnigan Church
Funding for the restoration of the Atascadero Printery
This is just a small sample of the projects that the HPF has fully or partially funded.