The Friends of the Texas Historical Commission coordinates development seminars and webinars geared towards volunteer leadership (board members and advisors) and staff from nonprofit organizations interested in learning more about securing philanthropic support for their organization. The trainings are suited for large and small organizations from any discipline with limited development staff, and highlight best practices while facilitating dynamic group interactions to help attendees build and strengthen their fundraising "tool-kit" so they can more effectively and sustainably achieve their mission.
Free Webinar: "Creating a Successfull Case Statement," May 21, 2:00-3:00 P.M.
Two-Day Development Workshop: "Building a Comprehensive and Sustainable Development Program for your Organization," July 15-16, Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site
Caddo Mounds State Historic Site Disaster Recovery
On Saturday, April 13, 2019, a tornado devastated the THC's Caddo Mounds State Historic Site. The visitors center building was destroyed by the storm, and the Caddo Grass House is gone. Many guests at the site were injured by the storm, and one visitor lost her life.
While the damage was extensive, the Caddo Mounds themselves, along with the site's invaluable archeological and cultural history, were left untouched.
The Friends of the Texas Historical Commission is raising funds to rebuild the grass house, a precious structure that was a labor of love by members of the Caddo Nation and the community. Learn more about the fundraising efforts here.
Making a Difference
Many thanks to our friends across the state who have given to the Friends of the Texas Historical Commission!