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63 Pattrell Road PO Box 1564 Norwich VT 05055 USA
Heritance coordinates a network of museum professionals who provide skills, knowledge, and services free of charge to museums in some of the poorest and most remote regions of the globe. To read our executive summary: http://www.heritance.org/corpdocs/Heritance_ExecutiveSummary_071106.pdf
Heritance has established partnerships with over 20 museums on four continents and an international network of museum professionals who have delivered a full-range of technical and financial services free of charge to museums.
Community-based museums world-wide, often in regions afflicted by poverty, disease or strife—currently including museums in Rwanda, Kenya, South Africa, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, France.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
18-24 museums and their stakeholders -- staff, volunteers, board members, international specialists who do research on their collections.
Geographic areas served:
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Pure intention, transparency, passion, dedication, willingness to grow and incorporate new approaches... this organization from it's inception has been extraordinary. Helmed by a brilliant and committed woman, great work is already happening around the globe and developing geometrically. I have witnessed the vision of this non-profit become very real and effect change in inspirational and yet concrete ways.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
countries in North American, Africa, and Europe... all within the first 9 months of it's existence.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
its uniqueness, and the variety and high level of integrity and quality of everyone involved.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
It could afford to help all the museums and organizations that needed it -- and develop even more significant and novel ways of aiding its clients.
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