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Organizing a Publicity Event, Part 1 of 2

A publicity event is an ideal way for your historic preservation group to communicate information about a newsworthy or milestone event

Organizing a Publicity Event, Part 2 of 2

Learn how to plan the details to ensure your historic preservation group's event is a success.

You will go a long way toward getting good publicity for historic preservation if you build good working relationships with the press.

If your historic preservation group is not using internet technologies to reach your supporters, you are closing doors on a broad audience.

Learn how to replace clapboard wood siding on your historic building.

Preservation is very much about people, and many reporters are looking for human-interest stories that inspire others. Learn how to create those stories.

Partnerships for Historic Preservation Advocacy, Part 1 of 2

Your historic preservation advocacy group can maximize its impact on your community by finding a partner to expand your talent and expertise.

Learn how you can get help organizing a local historical organization.

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

Learn how to replace wood shingle siding on a historic building.

Website visitors will expect even your low-budget historic preservation group to have a professional-looking and regularly updated website.

When you start a new nonprofit organization, you must not overlook some mundane but important operating practices.

Partnerships for Historic Preservation Advocacy, Part 2 of 2

Your historic preservation advocacy group can ensure your partnerships are mutually rewarding by preparing to manage the inevitable challenges.

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

A media packet will help your historic preservation group communicate your message to members of the media who attend your events.

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

Email is still the simplest, most effective tool for reaching out to supporters of your historic preservation advocacy work.

The best way to handle a historic preservation problem that gets a lot of public exposure is to turn it into a PR opportunity.

Use these five tools to craft a convincing message to advocate for historic preservation in your community.
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