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 – so dive in to these sessions that include useful strategies for fundraising, marketing, and revitalizing historic places of faith.

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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 – so dive in to these sessions that include useful strategies for fundraising, marketing, and revitalizing historic places of faith.

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Tip Sheet: Sponsorship & an Interview with Ecclesiastical Insurance

Sponsorship is not a gift – it’s a business transaction. Companies offer sponsorships that support causes they identify with [youth, healthcare], allow them access to a target audience, or because they want to be seen to be supporting an organization.

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Tip Sheet: Social Enterprise: A tool to sustain your heritage site

Social Enterprise is a much misunderstood concept, particularly because it has no one single definition. However, in all the many definitions, there are always three key elements, as follows: The primary guiding purpose of the business must be to address a social need or gap* in our society.

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Blog Post: Why Faith Groups and Arts Groups Should Cohabitate

Playwright Marcus Youssef upon accepting this year’s Siminovitch Prize for playwriting gave a speech that clarified my interest in the intersection of faith communities with the broader community. Youssef wrote about his interest in points of intersection and the space between people, spoken and unspoken.

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Blog Post: Heritage fundraisers can play the sponsorship game too!

Last week, I had the opportunity to discuss new approaches to raising funds with non-profit staff and heritage advocates in Regina, Saskatchewan. I told the group that heritage fundraisers can play the sponsorship game with the best of them.

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