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Young people may have much to offer your historic preservation organization - and they could turn into dues-paying members down the road.

By using a committee governance structure, your nonprofit board can divide up its work into more manageable tasks.

Before you can officially call your organization a "nonprofit," you must apply for tax-exempt status with the IRS.

Learn the top maintenance practices you can follow to prevent costly rehabilitation projects.

Bylaws provide an operating framework for your new nonprofit organization.

If your nonprofit board forms a governance committee, it will serve as your board’s conscience and ensure your board lives up to its potential.

Even if your nonprofit organization is staffed entirely by volunteers, your group must create a budget to operate effectively.

A public relations plan can serve as a roadmap for your historic preservation group to effectively communicate your story and message.

The duties of nonprofit board officers generally break down into three roles: president or chair, vice president or vice chair, and treasurer.

How to identify water-related issues and ways to keep water away from the foundation of a historic building.

Social events and educational programs are two of the best ways to build membership in your historic preservation organization.

When your advocacy group is feeling the pinch of its small labor force, a public relations professional can be a good investment.

Learn strategies for responding to community misunderstandings and “bad press”

People become members of your nonprofit organization for many reasons, but the key reason is belief in your mission.

A great nonprofit board can make the difference between a highly successful organization and one that few people even know about.

Learn about some of the challenges your group my face as it moves through stages of development.

Your historic preservation group can find many ways to collaborate and share information with universities and colleges.

Government Relations for Historic Preservation Advocates, Part 1 of 2

Your historic preservation advocacy group can accomplish great things by building a good relationship with government officials.

Learn methods of sealing and insulating many different parts of your historic house.

Learn how to repair mortar on your historic brick, stone or stucco building.
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