Looking to start your New Year on the right foot? We’re launching a new webinar series chalk full of creative ideas and practical solutions to save and renew your heritage place. Whether you are working for a non-profit organization, actively involved in the regeneration of a heritage place, or planning for a downtown revitalization, there is something here for everyone. Our new webinars are part of our new program – Regeneration Works – your one-stop-shop for tools, tips, training and coaching to help you improve the vitality of your heritage place. Funding is generously provided in part by the Government of Canada.
About the Series
Thursday, January 19 – 12:30 – 1:15 PM EST – Six steps to telling your heritage story (Free) Heritage places are filled with great stories to tell. In this webinar learn how to share and get your message out in a way that engages, compels and inspires – and wins you donors. T
uesday, January 31 – 12:30 – 1:15 PM EST – How to gain a competitive edge in corporate sponsorship (Free) There is a big difference between corporate sponsor solicitation and donor solicitation. And, when you are new to fundraising, it can be daunting to wade into the competitive sponsorship environment. Webinar leaders, Alison Faulknor and Nhanci Wright provide tips on what corporate sponsors are looking for, how to best approach them and how to gain a competitive edge.
Tuesday, February 7 – 12:30 – 1:15 PM EST – New approaches to regenerating places that matter (Free) Sometimes all we need is a little bit of hope and inspiration to take that first step in the right direction. Drawing on the National Trust’s decades-long experience working with communities across the country, this webinar on regenerating historic sites will distill the lessons learned from innovative case studies and share key principles that can be applied to creating more flexible operational models, creative revenue generation strategies and inclusive community engagement.
Tuesday, February 28 – 12:30 -1:15 PM EST – How to reinvigorate and sustain your downtown (Free) Why do some downtowns ‘work’ while others decline? What does it really take to sustain Canada’s downtowns? Jim Mountain, the National Trust’s, Director of Regeneration Projects, has spent decades getting to know Canada’s downtowns and learning what makes them tick. Join Jim and Rob for this lively webinar and up-close look at successful downtown revitalization strategies. Learn more.