About

Rebuilding Heritage will support the heritage sector, in its broadest sense, to respond to the crisis and to transition to recovery. It will provide training, advice, and support through:

  • one-to-one and group coaching and training sessions
  • opportunities for knowledge sharing
  • open access webinars
  • online guides and case studies

Across the heritage sector many organisations are being forced to rethink how they operate, why and who for. At this point of change, as well as difficulties there are also opportunities which can be embraced. Rebuilding Heritage will bring organisations together to share best practice, to find solutions to problems, and to develop a broad collective vision of the future for the sector.

The programme is coordinated by The Heritage Alliance and will be 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.

Areas of Support

Rebuilding Heritage will be responsive to changing circumstances and the programme will evolve over the course of delivery.

Areas for support will include:

Leadership & Governance
Change Management
Business & Enterprise Planning
Fundraising
Marketing & Communications

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Accessing Support

Rebuilding Heritage will engage with the heritage sector in its broadest sense; it will support individuals and organisations of different sizes, scales and remits, including those operating in an independent capacity and those who may not have previously engaged with heritage funding and support services.

Open to all

Webinars and resources will be available to all. Information, including sign-up instructions, will be added to the website as the programme develops.

By application

One-to-one and small-group support will be limited. Applicants will be asked to complete a questionnaire to help the Rebuilding Heritage team understand their needs, assess their level of risks and match them to the most appropriate form of support.