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  1. Northern Ireland Environment Link Investing in Northern Ireland’s Heritage “Investing in Northern Ireland’s Heritage – Enhancing the Fundraising Capacity of the Northern Ireland Heritage Sector” Programme Launch – Friday, 2 May, 2014 The Linen Hall Library, Belfast Northern Ireland Environment Link A valued, resilient, healthy environment

  2. Perceptions and Definitions! “Heritage”? “Fundraising”? “Training”? “Capacity”? “Norn Ireland”? “W5” - What? Why? Who? Where? When?

  3. The HLF Catalyst Programme Purpose £100million+ investment partnership Department for Culture, Media and Sport; Arts Council England; and HLF Aim – “ enable arts and heritage organisations to develop and explore innovative approaches to securing private giving”

  4. The HLF Catalyst Programme Elements Small, Endowment and Umbrella Grants UK Grants – East Midlands; East of England; London; North East; North West; South East; South West; West Midlands; Yorkshire and the Humber; Scotland; Wales and Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Grants – Ulster Wildlife (small-”Fundraising for the Future”); Linen Hall Library (endowment-”Linen Hall for Life Endowment Appeal”); and NIEL (umbrella-£246,000)

  5. The HLF Catalyst Programme Umbrella Grants £3.3million to UK’s heritage – “ help secure its long-term financial resilience” Umbrella Grants – “ secure a sustainable future for our buildings, landscapes and collections”; and “...investment (to) help unlock (private giving) valuable know-how by providing networking and training opportunities; and “...heritage organisations can come together to share their skills and knowledge” Grants between £100,000 and £500,000

  6. The HLF Catalyst Programme UK Umbrella Organisations Nine UK Umbrella Organisations: The Princes Regeneration Trust Heritage Alliance The National Archives Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service Hampshire County Council Arts and Museum Service Cornwall County Council Arts and Business Scotland Wales Council for Voluntary Action Northern Ireland Environment Link

  7. The Northern Ireland Programme Application The Consortium Partnership: Membership NIEL Common Purpose Supporting Communities NI The Business Institute, University of Ulster The Consortium Partnership: Roles and Responsibilities - development; and delivery Spring, 2013 – initial application

  8. The Northern Ireland Programme Round 1: Development Phase July – September, 2013 Project Development Officer Consortium Partnership - Memorandum of Understanding Needs and Interests Survey and Analysis Desk Research – existing provision Key Stakeholder Engagement Programme Design, Content and Delivery Round 2 Application

  9. The Northern Ireland Programme Round 2: Delivery Phase “Investing in Northern Ireland’s Heritage: Enhancing the Fundraising Capacity of the Heritage Sector in Northern Ireland” Bespoke – to Northern Ireland and the NI “Heritage” Sector £246,000 over two years Managed and Delivered – by NIEL Development, Strategic Direction and Guidance – Consortium Partnership

  10. The Northern Ireland Programme Design Accredited Training Vocational Training Peer and Mentoring Support Continuous Professional Development Distance Learning Resource Facilities Support Independent Evaluation

  11. The Northern Ireland Programme Content Accredited Training – nine Institute of Fundraising courses: four Introductory Certificate; two Certificate; one Diploma; one online Introductory Certificate; and one online Certificate courses Vocational Training – thirty topic events workshops, seminars, lectures and masterclasses Two conferences – programme launch and close Peer and Mentoring Programmes Continuous Professional Development Programme Distance Learning Resource and Training Facility Establishment - tendered 1,000 Programme participants; 50 organisations; 150 completing Accredited Training Independent Evaluation - tendered

  12. The Northern Ireland Programme Delivery Accredited Training – Institute of Fundraising and Institute of Fundraising NI Vocational Training – miscellaneous: IoF NI; Fundraising Ireland; Common Purpose; Supporting Communities NI; The Business Institute, University of Ulster; Business in the Community; Arts and Business NI; NICVA; Rural Community Network; NIEL; independent consultants and others Peer and Mentoring Programmes – “via” miscellaneous: Common Purpose; Business in the Community; Arts and Business NI; IoF; UU; Fundraising Ireland; and specific others Distance Learning – through a tendered technical support service Monitoring and Evaluation – invited external tender (additional resources being sought) Timescale – Easter, 2014 to Christmas, 2015 Programme Fees – x for individual events; and x,y,z for Accredited Training

  13. Now what? Registrations of Programme interest Final Programme calendar – events; dates; and locations Continuous Programme support – Peer and Mentoring; CPD; Distance Learning Independent Evaluation Accountability, Analysis, Conclusions and Continuity Announcements The “Value” of Fundraising – Dr Roger Courtney