Growing, Engaging and Sustaining Wellbeing Digital Project
The Historic Chapel’s Trust believes that everyone should be able to able to engage with heritage, either collectively or individually, but ultimately in ways that benefits their sense of wellbeing and belonging. Local communities and wider audiences are at the heart of the HCT’s vision in ensuring that the collection of historic Places of Worship in their care are available for people to encounter and enjoy.
HCT are seeking to employ an experienced Consultant to implement exciting and innovative digital engagement and content as part of this project. The project’s specific aims of growth, engagement, sustainability, and wellbeing capture the main outcomes the HCT want to achieve: a) The long-term growth and resilience of the HCT as an organisation, and b) The engagement and wellbeing of existing and new audiences. Now, more than ever, the HCT needs to ensure that its work reaches more people in a relevant and inspiring way. The volunteers of the HCT are also key to the continued growth and resilience of the organisation. They play a vital role in maintaining and engaging audiences with the individual buildings that they care for. So, the successful consultant for this project must have people at the heart of what they do, and be fully prepared to work collaboratively with volunteers, staff and other professionals who work with the Trust.
- This project has been awarded a grant as part of the HCT’s successful application to the National Lottery Heritage Recovery Fund. The total value of this project is £28,115.
- The project is required to be delivered between January- March 31st, 2021.
- The lead contact for this project is, Vivienne Cooling, Local Community Officer for the Trust. Contact information is: [email protected]k or 07741 016 832
- All expressions of interest must be received by midnight 30th December 2020