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If you’re looking for a great way to attract a broad range of supporters and to nurture a younger audience, social media is the way to do it.
In the lead up to Giving Tuesday 2019 (December 3), staff members at the National Trust for Canada have gathered our thoughts on this giving phenomenon.
As part of an ongoing collaboration, Parks Canada Agency staff graciously agreed to lend their marketing and community engagement expertise to the National Trust for Canada’s Marketing Your Historic Destination Tool Kit. The following is an interview with Susan Kennard, Manager of Heritage Programs for the Banff Field Unit, which includes Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site.
One of the goals of any event is to introduce new people to your heritage place and your organization in the hope they will become loyal supporters, donors, and volunteers. But you need to do more than hope for that. Bringing new donors on board is a process that takes planning, execution, and careful timing.
Many historic sites struggle to set prices for admission, tours and gift shop products. Setting prices isn’t random but doesn’t need to be difficult.