Hampshire Cultural Trust are holding a workshop on Tuesday, 2 December at SeaCity Museum, Southampton on ‘Individual donors: cultivating mid to high level giving’ and still have 3 guest places available. If you would like to attend, follow this link to register and find more information.
Additionally, they are organising a one day conference with Norfolk Museums Service at the Museum of London on 2 March. The conference will look at the learning gathered from the nine Heritage Lottery Funded Catalyst Umbrella projects aimed at increasing fundraising and income generation capacity in museums.
Posted November 24, 2015 at 10:00 am
Do you have a fundraising challenge and need some help knowing where to go next or how to get started? Do you need to talk to a fundraising expert to get some advice to point you in the right direction? If so, a fundraising clinic could be just what you need.
You can sign up for a free 30 minute telephone call with a fundraising expert where they will help you look at your fundraising challenge and provide suggestions on what to do next. By providing them with background on your challenge before the call, they will have time to prepare and research so that you get the most out of this call. They will then send you useful notes and further contacts discussed in your call. The call can be arranged at a mutually convenient time. Read More…
Posted November 23, 2015 at 9:00 am
Thank you to all who participated in the SWFed Autumn Forum 2015, ‘Museums For the Future: Environmental Sustainability‘. We hope you enjoyed the event and went home buzzing with ideas on how to make your museum more environmentally sustainable. Please can we ask that all attendees fill in the very short feedback form, found by clicking on this link: http://bit.ly/1HchUsk.
Posted November 20, 2015 at 11:00 am
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