Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage (RSH) currently has two opportunities to tender for digital production projects

RSH is looking to produce a series of Training Videos, based on our two main training events; ‘Fundraising: Make it Happen’ and  ‘Fundraising: Planning to Progress’.  To download the full brief and find out how to tender for this opportunity please go to:

http://www.aandbscotland.org.uk/resourcing-scotlands-heritage-training-videos-production/

RSH is looking to develop a Digital Publication on fundraising for the heritage sector in Scotland.  To download the full brief and find out how to tender for this opportunity please go to:

http://www.aandbscotland.org.uk/resourcing-scotlands-heritage-digital-publication/

Closing date for both briefs: 5pm,Tuesday 30 January

About Resourcing Scotland's Heritage:

Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage (RSH) is a four-year programme led by Arts & Business Scotland in partnership with Archaeology Scotland, Built Environment Forum Scotland, greenspace scotland and Museums Galleries Scotland. Launched in June 2014, the programme is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund Catalyst grants to deliver a fundraising capacity building programme for heritage organisations across Scotland. 

Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage is the first fully co-ordinated sector specific training and network strengthening programme to provide Scotland’s diverse heritage sector (including natural, built, cultural and intangible heritage) with the vital tools it needs to increase fundraising from private sources. 

The Heritage Lottery Fund Catalyst programme, which includes £8.5million of endowment grants and £3.8million to help build fundraising capacity, is designed to help organisations diversify their income streams, attract significantly more funding by increasing their fundraising potential and help them to develop and explore innovative approaches to securing private donations.