Free support and training is available for the heritage sector, with a deadline of 27 July for applications.
The Rebuilding Heritage programme is a UK-wide programme covering England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Its aim is to help the heritage sector respond to the Covid crisis and transition to recovery through providing support, training and resources both to organisations and individuals in the sector.
The programme is coordinated by The Heritage Alliance and delivered through a partnership with Clore Leadership, Creative United, the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, and Media Trust. It is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
On offer is:
121 communications support & training follow up121 fundraising supportRebuilding leadership trainingManaging wellbeing trainingFinancial literacy training & 121 follow upOrganisational storytelling training
The deadline for applications is at 11pm on Tuesday 27 July, and applicants can apply for one, some, or all of the support on offer.
Sessions will take place during September and October. Successful applicants will be contacted within a week of the application deadline, and support sessions will take place remotely.