John Edwards Conference Bursary
Are you a volunteer with a historic place or heritage organization? Do you give your time, energy and passion to bring heritage to life? We want you to be a part of the 2020 National Trust – APT Conference and join in the dialogue at this international heritage learning and networking event. And the new John Edwards Conference Bursary for Heritage Volunteers can help make that possible!
The John Edwards Conference Bursary was established to honour the legacy of longtime heritage advocate and volunteer John Edwards. The bursary provides much-needed financial support to help volunteers participate in the National Trust-APT Conference 2020.
We would like to thank Helen Edwards for her generous gift in memory of John C. S. Edwards.
We are delighted to celebrate heritage volunteers and this year’s recipients of the John Edwards Conference Bursary for Heritage Volunteers!
“I volunteer in the built heritage sector to preserve a physical connection between past, present and future. Without that connection, we are adrift.”
– Richard Krehbiel
“Volunteers are the heart and sole of our heritage organization and without them we would not exist. Our volunteers are enthusiastic ambassadors and love sharing Chilliwack’s history and heritage with our community.”
– Laura Reid
Treasurer, Board Member
Ontario Black History Society
Norwich District Museum and Archives
Archeology, Learning volunteer
The Royal Alberta Museum
President, Board Member
Heritage Chilliwack Society
Chilliwack, British Columbia
Vice-Chair, Board member
Architectural Conservancy of Ontario
Secretary of the Kisbey Museum Committee
Kisbey, Saskatchewan https://www.tourismsaskatchewan.com/listings/714/kisbey-museum
Secretary, Board Member
Canadian Flight Association
Langley, British Columbia
Board Member, Past-Chair, Committee Member
Architectural Conservancy of Ontario & Heritage Toronto)
The application period is now closed.
Questions? Send us an email: email@example.com
John C. S. Edwards
“I am determined to acknowledge volunteers, who in my opinion are the lifeblood of the heritage field.”
-Helen Edwards, heritage advocate and volunteer, and National Trust member and Heritage Patrons Circle Donor