9 May 2014back

Arts & Business Scotland reveal collaborations for delivery of Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage

A number of collaborations to assist with the delivery of the Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage (RSH) programme are now in place ahead of the official launch next month.

Loch Mallachie

RSH, led by Arts & Business Scotland and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Catalyst scheme will deliver a fundraising capacity building programme over the next three years. The initiative’s partners Archaeology Scotland, Built Environment Forum Scotland, Greenspace Scotland and Museums Galleries Scotland have recently announced which organisations and individuals have been commissioned to work on the project.

Elastic Creative will develop a brand identity and website while Consilium will deliver the evaluation of the programme. Self-employed trainer and consultant Pam Judson along with Peter Thierfeldt, a director of management and fundraising consultancy, Partnership Matters, will develop and deliver RSH’s training programme.

RSH is Scotland’s first fully co-ordinated sector specific training and network strengthening programme which aims to increase fundraising revenue for the heritage sector from private sources. The lottery funded project will be launched at a reception in Edinburgh on 24th June 2014. 

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