WCVA are looking to work together with consultants, practitioners and other third sector professionals to coach charitable heritage organisations in Wales to become more resilient.
Building on our previous Catalyst Cymru: Heritage Fundraising
project (which ran from 2014-2018) our new Catalyst Cymru:
Resilient Heritage project will provide in depth coaching to
heritage organisations, as well as a programme of training and
webinars covering several relevant topics.
Through these activities, Catalyst Cymru: Resilient Heritage
aims to support heritage organisations to further develop specific
areas of their organisation to increase their sustainability and
These areas are governance, fundraising, project management,
marketing, business planning and impact measurement.
Successful coaching applicants will be matched with charitable
heritage organisations for up to six days of coaching.
Some coaches may also be invited to deliver webinars or
face-to-face training sessions to participants.
An application pack with further details (including
renumeration) is available on request.
'Working with true experts'
Alison Pritchard, Catalyst Project Manager says:
'I'm really looking forward to working with some true experts in
'It's going to be great to see them work with charitable
organisations from the heritage sector to create real change in
'Hopefully this'll benefit not only the organisation itself, but
also the heritage it is promoting or protecting, and the
communities in Wales who benefit from that heritage.'
Get in touch
If you have skills and experience in governance, fundraising,
project management, marketing, business planning and impact
measurement, we'd like to hear from you.
Please note, all applicants should have a strong working
knowledge of the third sector in Wales. Experience in the heritage
sector is also highly desirable.
For an application pack or further information, please contact
Alison Pritchard, Catalyst Project Manager, at email@example.com or on
02920 435 763.