Our series of webinars cover a variety of different topics on fundraising in the heritage sector.
The majority of the webinars will be case-study led, with a fundraising expert from the heritage project presenting. The webinars will enable you to see how the fundraising methods covered in each topic have been put into practice using 'real-life' examples.
All webinars are free of charge and are approximately 45 minutes in length.
THE ESSENTIALS OF CAPITAL CAMPAIGNS - TOP TIPS FOR FUNDING HERITAGE PROJECTS THROUGH MAJOR FUNDERS - Date & Time TBC
Thinking about a major project? There’s a vast range of planning required and it’s increasingly hard to manage the requirements of funders alongside your day job. In this webinar Sarah Dowd from Tricolor Associates will help you consider how to be more competitive in an over-subscribed marketplace and provide hints and tips on what to do and where to look for information to create a compelling and resonant funding application.
ON-DEMAND: AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL MEDIA & DIGITAL FUNDRAISING
In this webinar, Esther Foreman, CEO of The Social Change Agency will introduce and explore online platforms and their relevance for digital fundraising in your heritage organisation. In just 45 minutes Esther will cover the basics of what online platforms are, moving onto choosing the right platform for you, interrogating where online platforms can sit in your organisation and how they can complement your existing platforms and set-up.
ON-DEMAND: COGGES MANOR FARM: STARTING FROM SCRATCH
Cogges Manor Farm was a much loved rural farm museum that was closed in 2009 as the owners Oxfordshire County Council felt it was costing too much to run. In this webinar, Judy Niner, Chair of the Cogges Heritage Trust will be showing us how; with a small amount of money, no revenue grants and huge enthusiasm, a newly founded Trust was able to reopen the site and is now in a position where it has generated a surplus revenue each year since 2014 and kept a much loved piece of local heritage alive.
ON-DEMAND: AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL INVESTMENT
We are joined for this webinar by Rohan Martyres and Greg Woolley from CAN, experts in the field of Social Investment, who will provide an insight into this area and why you could consider it and how to do it within your heritage organisation. The webinar draws on experiences and case studies of heritage based organisations, where appropriate.