If money is still something that isn't discussed in polite company, it was certainly hard to tell based on December's #builtheritage Twitter chat, for we had a lively conversation about the ins and outs of funding and fundraising for preservation.
We discussed fundraising techniques and events, what role crowdfunding sites (like Indiegogo and Kickstarter) are playing, and what changes we've been seeing in funding availability from the government and foundations. And as with most things in preservation, all things money came back around to knowing who your various audiences are, and how to reach them in the way they want to connect with you.... Read More →
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