Regeneration Works is your one-stop shop for tools, training and coaching to help you improve the vitality of your heritage place. Whether you are interested in downtown revitalization, the regeneration of heritage sites and buildings or fundraising, there is something here for everyone.
FREE WEBINARS: During this difficult period of closures and social distancing, many of us are looking forward to better times when our historic places will once again be open to visitors. To help plan for that time, we’re making some of our recent webinars available on demand.Learn more
Resources for heritage colleagues: In case you missed it, we have assembled a list of COVID-19 resources relevant to those working with historic places.Learn more
New Blog Post: Five ways historic sites can embrace fundraising during challenging times, by Alison Faulknor, Director of Philanthropy and Partnerships, National Trust for Canada.Learn more
FREE TOOLKIT: The Endangered Places Toolkit is designed to help you understand the issues and give you the tools you need to make a difference.Learn more
Dive in! Take a webinar or attend an event and learn strategies to raise funds, increase your revenue and revitalize your heritage place or downtown.Learn more
Looking for some guidance or inspiration? Check out our tip sheets, blog posts, and case studies for insight from experts on regeneration, crowdfunding, grants, sponsorships, donors, and much more.Learn more
Canadians are rising to the challenge of saving the places they love, whether a prominent landmark owned by the government, or a modest home in a historic neighbourhood.
Our Cornerstone strategy can help you find a viable new use for your heritage place. From places of faith, to industrial sites, to lighthouses.
Places of Faith are at the core of so many communities, yet many face significant challenges. We have tailored resources and services to help.
Our Main Street strategy can help you boost cultural, social and economic activity in the heart of your community.
From small shop fundraising to major gifts, there is something for everyone. Access resources, events and services to up your game.
After almost 15 years of shining the light on Canada’s Top Ten Endangered Places, we’ve collected our lessons learned into an Endangered Places Toolkit to help you understand the issues at play, galvanize support and raise awareness for a historic place at risk in your community.