Welcome to Partners Central: the designated space for the Partners Network. Explore below to learn more about what's going on with Partners and to keep up to date on Partner announcements and events.
Click the link below to contact National Trust staff about the Partners Network.
The Richard and Julia Moe Family Fund supports members of the Partners Network with two exciting grant programs: one focused on innovation and the other on capacity building. The two grant programs combined will give a maximum of $90,000 in 2017.
Innovation Grants from the Moe Fund follow the previous fund guidelines, but the maximum grant amount has been increased to $20,000.
Capacity Building Grants from the Moe Fund are designed to fund activities that will allow an organization to achieve sustained and measurable success. Priority will be given to organizations trying to build their capacity. Grant applicants must have an operating budget of less than $500,000 to be eligible for this program.
Applications for the Moe Fund are due Tuesday, August 1. Contact the National Trust Grants Office at email@example.com or 202-588-6277 with questions.
After a very successful meeting in Seattle, we are already looking forward to 2018. The Partners Network Steering Committee has opened a Call for Interest for organizations willing to host the Partners Retreat in their hometown next spring. Click below to learn about what’s expected from a host organization and to submit your proposal.
The deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, August 21.
Online registration for PastForward 2017, Nov. 14-17 in Chicago, Illinois, is now open! Don’t miss the opportunity to take advantage of super early bird prices through August 4, and remember, board and staff members of Forum organizations are eligible to register at a discount by using your Forum membership number at registration. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to locate your Forum number.
Partners are especially invited to attend key events at conference, including:
*This event is ticketed. Tickets must be purchased through the PastForward registration portal.
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