Over the next few months, we are pleased to bring you a bundle of fundraising webinars to help you kickstart your fundraising efforts and plan for a sustainable future for your historic place. Beginning on November 18, join us on the third Friday of each month to learn basic and new fundraising skills.
Join us for one or all of this three-part series and take your fundraising to the next level:
1. Getting Ready to Fundraise for Your Heritage Place (Part 1)
Friday, November 18, 2022
2. How to Find and Secure Grants for your Heritage Place (Part 2)
Friday, December 16, 2022
3. Identifying Sponsorship Opportunities for your Historic Site (Part 3)
Friday, January 20, 2023
Register for the Next Webinar in the Bundle
Director of Business Development & Partnerships, National Trust for Canada
Kirstin has been working in the field of heritage and culture for 29 years. Most recently, she was the Executive Director at Lougheed House National and Provincial Historic Site in Calgary, Alberta. Kirstin brings to the Trust a diverse background including historic site and museum management, fund development, community engagement and communications.
Manager of Development, National Trust for Canada
Since joining the National Trust in 2011, Emily has helped connect community groups with programs and funding opportunities that meet their needs. She also leads in the development of strategies to engage and steward National Trust donors, and administers the Trust’s Scholarship & Bursary programs, including the Launch Pad Coaching Grants.