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Finding Funds for Fossils, Ferns and Flamingos

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World Museum

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How to secure money for museum collections

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A day’s seminar organised by the Natural Sciences Collections Association. The programme includes speakers from a wide range of fundraising backgrounds from major grant-giving organisations like Arts Council England to museums with years of successful fundraising experience. Topics will cover the hows, whos and wherefores of grant applications and fundraising as well as looking at attracting donors and sponsorship. Advice and case studies will also give delegates tools to use to become more successful museum fundraisers.

For a full programme and details of the day, please visit the NatSCA website: https://www.natsca.org/node/2482

Speakers:

  • Nathan Lee, Head of Heritage Lottery Fund North West
  • Graeme Wotherspoon, Head of Individual Giving, RHS Wisley
  • Abigail Janis-Dillon, Development Executive, Trusts Foundations and Government, Science Museum Group
  • Andrew Evans, Director of Development, National Museums Liverpool
  • Emily Grint, Visufund
  • Victoria Symes, Institute of Fundraising
  • Penny Thompson, Relationship Manager - Museums, Arts Council England
  • Emma Coleman, Programmes Manager, ArtFund

Lunch is included

Numbers are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

£52 NatSCA Member

£72 Non-member

To obtain the members' discount code for booking, please email membership@natsca.org

A tour of World Museum Liverpool's natural science collections stores will be available at the end of the workshop (between 4.45 and 5.30pm). Please indicate when booking whether you would like attend this tour.

For further information, please contact training@natsca.org

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