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The guide page for project support on this website outlines and details several categories of resources for funding, partnership, and other forms of support which are potentially available to project leaders and activists working to preserve Jewish cemeteries in western Ukraine. This page provides links to resources in most of those categories. As explained on the guide page, many of these resources are transient in their availability, the criteria used to screen and qualify candidate projects for support, and/or the forms in which support may be provided. We anticipate that many links listed here will break each year, or that changes in qualification criteria will shift these resources away from useful support for cemetery projects. But the opposite is also true: each year new support opportunities arise, replacing or supplementing the changes and losses which have occurred. Proposed updates to this page are welcome; please forward new or broken links and descriptions to the addresses on the RJH contact page.
A few of the listed references are highlighted with brief summaries in the first section below, “key references”. Other useful resources on this subject may be found in the sections on regional and international experts, and on technical tools, methods, and data. Except where noted otherwise, all references listed here are in English.
The Grants Guide: A Workbook for Civic Activists; Ashleigh Graves-Roesler and Bryan Roesler; self-published with Teple Misto on issuu.com, 2018. Also available in Ukrainian.
This free digital workbook outlines the steps to researching and writing project-based grant applications, then details each step with reference information, practical advice, worksheets and other tools which project leaders can use to efficiently focus on the most suitable opportunities and the key criteria for award success. The text emphasizes the importance of preparation and decision-making before beginning the application, and stewardship and management of the grant during and after funding. The guide is particularly well-suited to fundraising for heritage projects in western Ukraine: it was developed during the authors’ two years of service as Community Development Volunteers with the Peace Corps in Ivano-Frankivsk, and before they formed the US-based consultancy Quill Grant Writing Services (see below).
Jewish Heritage Europe / News; Ruth Ellen Gruber for the Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe (RFHE); web page, ongoing.
The permanent content on this web portal presents a broad set of information about Jewish heritage in Europe, including lists of and links to heritage sites, cultural institutions, community contacts, tourism organizations, and publications, all organized thematically and by country (including Ukraine); Jewish cemeteries are a highlighted focal point. The news section of the site is frequently updated, and serves as a key distribution point for information about recently-announced grants and other funding opportunities for Jewish heritage and cultural projects.
The Production of Heritage: The Politicisation of Architectural Conservation; Alan Chandler and Michela Pace; Routledge, 2019.
A text with perhaps broader application to the project concepts section of this website, this book is included here because of its attention to the language (and common miscommunication) of heritage proposals and plans, and to the ways in which partnerships between project activists, regional and international administrations, and local communities can support or impede project efficiency and success. The text focuses on historic building conservation and reuse, but many of the issues and case studies can be adapted to the concerns of burial sites as “heritage conservation in a capitalist culture”. The section on tactics for ways out of “the heritage trap” includes learning from landscape, archaeology, and art, all relevant to Jewish cemeteries.
Printed and Electronic Books
- The Grants Guide: A Workbook for Civic Activists; Ashleigh Graves-Roesler and Bryan Roesler; self-published with Teple Misto on issuu.com, 2018. Also available in Ukrainian.
- Consensus Building, Negotiation, and Conflict Resolution for Heritage Place Management; David Myers, Stacie Nicole Smith, and Gail Ostergren, eds.; Getty Conservation Institute; 2016. Free e-book available.
- The Role of Public-Private Partnerships and the Third Sector in Conserving Heritage Buildings, Sites, and Historic Urban Areas; Susan Macdonald and Caroline Cheong; Getty Conservation Institute; 2014. Free e-book available.
- Heritage, Conservation and Communities: Engagement, participation and capacity building; Gill Chitty, ed.; Routledge, 2018.
- The Production of Heritage: The Politicisation of Architectural Conservation; Alan Chandler and Michela Pace; Routledge, 2019.
- Управління місцевою культурною спадщиною в Україні: огляд державної політики, джерел та моделей фінансування (in Ukrainian: “Local Cultural Heritage Management in Ukraine: A Review of Public Policy, Sources and Financing Models”); Lilia Kryvetska; Laboratory of Urban Space, 2019.
Journal Articles, Reports, and Web Pages
- Jewish Heritage Europe / News; Ruth Ellen Gruber for the Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe (RFHE); web page, ongoing.
- Grants; Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe (RFHE); web page, updated annually. See also the application guide.
- Quill Grant Writing Services; Quill Consulting LLC; website, ongoing.
- proposalsforNGOs; website, ongoing.
- US Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation; US Department of State, US Embassy in Ukraine, Public Affairs Section; web page, updated periodically.
- Preserving the Historic Urban Fabric in a Context of Fast-Paced Change; Mona Serageld; in Values and Heritage Conservation: Research Report; Getty Conservation Institute, 2000; pp.51-58.
- Департамент з питань культури, національностей та релігій (Department of Culture, Nationalities and Religions); Львівська обласна державна адміністрація (Lviv Oblast Administration); website, ongoing.
- Small Grant for NGOs; Erik Detiger; proposalsforNGOs; web page, undated.
- Friends of Jewish Heritage in Poland; website, ongoing.
- TechSoup Ukraine; website, ongoing. See also TechSoup US and partners around the world.
- GURT Resource Center; website, ongoing.
- Technology Impact Program; Autodesk; web page, ongoing. See also TechSoup.
- SketchUp for Non-Profits; Trimble; web page, ongoing.
- Softprom by ERC; website, ongoing. (Select Ukraine or other applicable country in the header.)
- Education and Nonprofit Discounts; Creation Engine; website, ongoing.
- Microsoft for Nonprofits; Microsoft; web page, ongoing. See also the current eligibility criteria, and TechSoup.
- European Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage (AEPJ); website, ongoing.
- OpenHeritage; website, ongoing.
- AIA Site Preservation Program; Archaeological Institute of America; web page, updated annually. See also the current grant opportunity.
- Jewish Heritage Program; World Monuments Fund; web page, ongoing.
- Action Reconciliation Service for Peace (ARSP); website, ongoing.
- Erasmus+ Ukraine; European Commission; website, ongoing. See also the umbrella program on the EC website and an explanatory guide from the Ukraine Info Centre.
- European Solidarity Corps; European Commission; website, ongoing. (Replaces EVS – European Voluntary Service.)
- Available Grants; Youth Networks; website, ongoing.
- Євродеск Україна (Eurodesk Ukraine); Національним координатором в Україні (National Youth Council of Ukraine – NYCUkraine); website, ongoing.
- ReHERIT Cultural Heritage Portal; website, ongoing.
- GoFundMe; website, ongoing.
- GlobalGiving; website, ongoing.
- Fundraisers; Facebook; web page, ongoing.
- Kickstarter; website, ongoing.
- Causes; Countable Corporation; website, ongoing.
- Upwork; website, ongoing.
- Virtual Student Foreign Service; US Department of State; website, ongoing.
- Peace Corps in Ukraine; website, ongoing.
- JewishGen Future Scholars Fellowship Program; JewishGen; web page, updated annually.
- Seven Steps of Fundraising; Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage; YouTube, 2015.
- Seth Godin on Successful Fundraising; Ask the Fundraising Expert; YouTube, 2015.
- Tools & Techniques for Successful Heritage Fundraising; Valentine Morby; The Heritage Alliance and Institute of Fundraising; YouTube, 2017.
- Fundraising Planning & Developing a Mixed Fundraising Model; Angus Saer; The Heritage Alliance and Institute of Fundraising; YouTube, 2016.
- Magic Messages: The Case for Support; Kim Van Niekerk; The Heritage Alliance and Institute of Fundraising; YouTube, 2016.
- Crowdfunding in the Heritage Sector: Bringing the William Boulton Steam Engine Back to Life; Jeri Smith-Cronin and Jo O’Sullivan; Institute of Fundraising; YouTube, 2016.