Giving to Heritage
Giving To Heritage is a partnership between the Institute of Fundraising and the Heritage Alliance, made possible with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. It is designed to equip organisations and groups in the heritage sector with the skills and confidence necessary to achieve greater success when fundraising from private and corporate sources.
Our experts have already helped hundreds of organisations around the country develop existing skills and develop new fundraising strategies across multiple disciplines which include; developing corporate partnerships, growing legacy giving, identifying major donors and building community fundraising strategies as well as social media, digital and event fundraising.
Whether you’re looking to plan a new campaign, develop an existing one, or learn about alternative funding streams for the future there is something for you to get from the Giving to Heritage project.
On the Day
Come and chat to our expert
An Institute of Fundraising expert will be available at the Conference to give advice and support, along with helpful tools and techniques that will help delegates with any queries related to raising funds across multiple disciplines.
As these sessions are only a ½ hour, they are not a substitute for in-depth consultancy; they are designed to give participants access to expert advice to help identify potential solutions and next steps. Each session enables a short focused discussion to take place on a chosen topic.
Following this initial taster you can book longer sessions which are subsidised by the Heritage Lottery Fund – the consultant will advise you how..
More information about the sessions can be found here.
Who is it for? These workshops are available for any member of staff, volunteer, committee member or trustee from a heritage or community group with responsibility to develop and deliver fundraising activities for a heritage project or organisation.
The Giving to Heritage programme is ending in March 2016 so time is running out for your organisation to benefit.
More information about the programme can be found here.