Since 2006 the City of Sydney has been our major government partner providing us with cash and in-kind support, including our current premises in Benledi House, Glebe.
In 2016, the City of Sydney provided a special one-off grant to transfer the Dictionary of Sydney website to the State Library of New South Wales. As of December 2016, the City of Sydney no longer funds the Dictionary on an ongoing basis. The State Library will be hosting the website, but is not able to provide any operational funding. You can read more about the project here.
While we are continuing to work with our existing supporters as well as seeking new partnerships, we hope our many supporters can help us raise funds to ensure that the Dictionary continues to improve its content and functionality.
The Dictionary of Sydney is a unique digital story-telling platform about Sydney with over 400 contributors, 940 entries, 12,735 entities and 4,217 multimedia items freely accessible online. It is a public resource for everyone to share and enjoy.
There are many people who would appreciate and use the Dictionary but don’t know it exists. In order to bring our content to a wider audience, we need to keep growing the Dictionary.
More than ever, for the Dictionary to flourish, we rely upon the goodwill and generosity of our supporters.
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Detail from MS Hill’s 1888 map ‘The City of Sydney’, a birds-eye view over the city looking to the south and west across Darling Harbour. http://dictionaryofsydney.org/image/97526