Rebuilding Heritage has been coordinated by the Heritage Alliance and funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. It was designed to support the heritage sector, in its broadest sense, in its response to the Covid-19 crisis by helping organisations and businesses address their immediate challenges and transition to recovery
It has provided training, advice, and support through:
- one-to-one and group coaching and training sessions
- opportunities for knowledge sharing
- open access webinars
- online resources and recordings of events
Across the heritage sector many organisations and businesses have been forced to rethink how they operate, why and who for. During this period of change, as well as difficulties there have also been opportunities to embrace. Rebuilding Heritage has brought organisations and businesses together to share best practice, to find solutions to problems, and to develop a broad collective vision of the future for the sector.
This was a UK-wide programme covering England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
The programme has been delivered through a partnership with Clore Leadership, Creative United, the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, and Media Trust, with contributions from additional support and training providers including Steve Wood (wellbeing support), Bates Wells (legal advice) and DCN & EMBED (workplace inclusion resources and training).