Catalyst Cymru: Broadening Horizons provides support to micro, small and medium sized heritage organisations and organisations running a heritage project to broaden their income streams and reach new audiences and people
The application window for the second coaching cohort (12 places) is now open until the 9 May 2022.
Four days of in-depth coaching support is available on topics such as governance, business planning and income generation to help improve organisations’ resilience and the ability to deal with change.
Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, WCVA is running Catalyst Cymru: Broadening Horizons in partnership with the Wales Cooperative Centre. The project is also supported by Ethnic Youth Support Team, Disability Wales and Pride Cymru.
In line with the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the definition of ‘heritage’ includes:
- Historic Buildings and Monuments
- Community Heritage
- Cultures and Memories
- Landscapes and Natural Heritage
- Industrial, Maritime and Transport
- Collections (incl. Museums, Libraries and Archives)
Full details on eligibility for the coaching strand can be found on Catalyst Cymru: Broadening Horizons.
We recommend you apply early. Applications will be assessed as they come in and will be allocated on a rolling basis according to the eligibility criteria.
Coaching for the second cohort starts from June 2022. Successful applicants will have up to eight months to complete the coaching from the time they are matched with a coach.
To read the guidance document, please visit: Catalyst Cymru – Guidance Document
For further details on how to apply please visit the Catalyst Cymru: Broadening Horizons page.
If you have any queries about the coaching opportunity after reading the guidance document, please email Siobhan Hayward, Catalyst Cymru Officer at [email protected]