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GIVING TO HERITAGE – ONLY SIX MONTHS LEFT!

News from the GTH team – don’t miss out on their workshops!

THE COUNTDOWN HAS STARTED

There are only six months of the Giving to Heritage programme left!

If you’ve not taken advantage of our workshops yet there is not much time left in which to do so. If you have attended, then why not join us again and expand your knowledge, exploring new areas and themes. Coming up are workshops on:

  • Digital and Social Media for Heritage Organisations
  • Developing Corporate Partnerships
  • Audience profiling and marketing
  • Legacy Marketing
  • Events and Community fundraising

All these plus workshops on other heritage fundraising fundamentals such as the importance of building a Case for Support, Major Donor Fundraising as well as securing funds from Trusts and Foundations.

COMING UP IN OCTOBER & NOVEMBER

1 to 1 Support in Liverpool – October 20th


The Giving to Heritage Team are delighted to be attending the ‘Reconnections – Industrial Maritime & Transport Heritage’ conference in Liverpool on Tuesday 20th October.

We are already taking bookings for 30 minute 1-to-1 support sessions with expert fundraising consultant Julia Worthington. To take advantage of these please email heritage@institute-of-fundraising.org.uk to book your place! Booking will be taken on a first come first served basis! Click here for more information.

If you cant join us, log on!

Our programme of webinars is in full swing. Thank you to all that have participated so far and if you’ve missed one already you can watch on-demand on our website.

For our next webinar we are joined by IoF expert Valentine Morby and Development Consultant Melanie Stoutzker who will be giving an insight and case study on the important of effective leadership when planning fundraising campaigns.

This will be broadcast on Thursday October 8th at 1pm…

As always, if you have any questions about the programme please do not hesitate to contact us at: heritage@institute-of-fundraising.org.uk

Or let us know what you think of the project so far @givingtoheritag

Best wishes,

Ed Stannard and the Giving to Heritage Team

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LATE SPRING ABTEM SEMINAR TOMORROW

We are looking forward to our visit to the Museum of Liverpool tomorrow (26th June) for our seminar ‘Working with New Audiences in Industrial & Transport Museums’ and meeting delegates for what looks like being an interesting day!

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(Image Liverpool Museums)

SPEAKERS CONFIRMED FOR ABTEM LIVERPOOL SEMINAR ON 26TH JUNE

Speakers for ABTEM’S late spring seminar, being held on Friday 26th June at the Museum of Liverpool are now confirmed. The day, titled ‘Working with New Audiences in Industrial & Transport Museums’ will also provide delegates with the chance to see the award-winning displays at the museum.

  • Dr Jo Reilly, Head of Participation and Learning at the Heritage Lottery Fund, who will lead a session on activity planning and community consultation. Some ABTEM members have reported challenges in the process of activity planning and what is required. In this interactive session Jo Reilly, the lead on activity planning at HLF will talk through the HLF guidance, share others’ experience and good practice, and answer any questions.
  • Claire Weston from the National Motor Museum Trust at Beaulieu, who will speak about Caravans and Charabancs – Leisure Motoring after the First World War, commemorative project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and how she engaged a variety of community partners and worked with them to devise outreach activities around the project theme.
  • Sharon Brown from the Museum of Liverpool will outline the work the museum has done with a two partner groups – the Merseyside Tramway Preservation Society and the Retired Carters Association, and how the museum has undertaken restoration and developed exhibition content, research, collection knowledge and talks.

There is still time to book for this FREE seminar (lunch included) – please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/abtem-late-spring-seminar-tickets-16934884696

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ABTEM LATE SPRING SEMINAR FOCUS ON NEW AUDIENCES AND ACTIVITY PLANNING

ABTEM’s latest seminar to be held at the Museum of Liverpool on 26th June will concentrate on developing and working with new, existing and hard to reach audiences and will include a session from Jo Reilly, Head of  Participation & Learning at the Heritage Lottery Fund who will give practical guidance on developing activity plans and public consultation.

The day will also include some case studies from museums including the National Motor Museum that have developed community and lifelong learning projects that will hopefully provide inspiration and ideas for museums and collections of all sizes. There will also be the opportunity to spend time looking at the award-winning displays at the Museum of Liverpool.

This seminar supported by funding from Arts Council England is FREE and places can be booked at:

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/abtem-late-spring-seminar-tickets-16934884696?aff=eac2Print