Give heritage professionals the opportunity to make an impact by helping ICOMOS raise 20 000€!

Give heritage professionals the opportunity to make an impact by helping ICOMOS raise 20 000€!

FICOMOS giving day banner finalor this #GivingTuesday, ICOMOS is launching a crowdfunding campaign focused on inclusivity and mobilizing our organization’s greatest asset: heritage professionals

As an International NGO striving to protect cultural heritage, our mission can only be achieved if heritage professionals, and our members in particular, can enjoy equal access to our events and if we can draw in their global knowledge through innovative activities.

Make a donation to enable heritage professionals world-wide shape our work on vital issues for cultural heritage such as climate change, sustainable development, post-trauma recovery, capacity building and training!

Taking into account the effects of the global pandemic, our 2020 General Assembly will be free of charge to members - as we want to make sure no-one has to forego participation due to lack of funds.

We have to raise 15 000€ alone to cover the logistical costs of this General Assembly and hope to raise another 5 000€ to allocate to on-going projects.

Picto doigtHelp us to achieve our fundraising goal in time for #GivingTuesday on 1 December – by making a donation via our crowdfunding platform here


picto video To learn more about how heritage professionals benefit from being part of the ICOMOS network – listen to Mercy describing her work as the site manager of the World Heritage site of the ruins of Kilwa Kisiwani :

Mercy Mbogelah is talking about her work as a site manager on the World Heritage site of the ruins of Kilwa Kisiwani and the ruins of Songo Mnara


You can also hear ICOMOS members Will and Ege describe their experience on cultural heritage and climate action here.


We count on your support to help us reach our goal of raising 20 000€ by December 1 ! 


ICOMOS Giving Day TY website

See also

Picto doigt20th ICOMOS General Assembly – Register now!

Banner photo credits :
Left to right - top to bottom 
© University of Raparin
© Mercy Mbogelah 
© National Park Service
© Gurmeet Rai
© Will Megarry
© Monalisa Maharjan
© Jigyasu, Rohit

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