Ask the Expert Q&A 13 March 2017: HLF Funding for Museums– with Louise Clare
Louise Clare, Development Manager for Heritage Lottery Fund Yorkshire, will be answering your questions on Monday 13 March between 2pm to 3pm GMT.
Louise Clare is the Development Manager for Heritage Lottery Fund Yorkshire.
The Heritage Lottery Fund offer a range of different grant programmes with grants from £3,000 to over £5 million. In assessing applications, we take account of the outcomes for heritage, people and communities that projects will achieve.
Find out more on www.hlf.org.uk
Louise heads up a team of two Development Officers to help to advise on HLF grant programmes.
The team run free pre-application information and advice sessions to help groups apply for our funding. Topics covered include: our main funding programmes; examples of projects funded; our criteria and assessment; project planning; budgeting and other useful tips.
In many ways our main role is to help people explore their passions for heritage.
The Yorkshire’s Back Garden campaign is just one example. Our campaign highlights Yorkshire sand the Humber’s beautiful landscapes and wildlife and helps local people to connect with them.
Find out more by searching Yorkshire’s Back Garden on the HLF website.
Every aspect of the Development Team’s work aims to increase awareness of the contribution made by National Lottery Funding for heritage projects. We work together with grantees to help others with applications and drive understanding of heritage, its value and the difference it makes to people’s lives.
I look forward to answering questions on HLF funding for Museums on Monday 13 March 2pm to 3pm.
Louise Clare, Development Manager for Heritage Lottery Fund Yorkshire will be answering your questions on Monday 13 March between 2pm to 3pm GMT.
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