Congratulations! We'll look for similar organizations here.
> Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 23:18:13 +0100 > From: firstname.lastname@example.org > To: email@example.com > Subject: [Wiki Loves Monuments] Heemschut is going to support WLM2011 in the Netherlands > > Hi everyone, > > I'm very happy to announce that De Bond Heemschut is going to support > the organisation of Wiki Loves Monuments 2011 in the Netherlands! > From their website: "De Bond Heemschut is a private organization which > has worked continuously for almost 100 years (since 1911) to preserve > the Dutch cultural heritage. 'Heemschut' derives from the words > 'schutten' meaning to 'enclose' (i.e. protect) and 'heem', 'one's > premises'. As a heritage organization our work involves protecting > historically interesting structures and sites - everything from an > endangered tea house to carved up land, for example alongside the > motorways. > > We carry out this work with the drive and dedication of volunteers. Each > of the Dutch provinces and the city of Amsterdam has its own independent > Heemschut committee." (from http://www.heemschut.nl/en.html, more > information over there) > > They already supported Wiki Loves Monuments 2010 with some prices and > with someone in our jury. This year Heemschut is going to support us a > lot more with "offline" PR, something we didn't really get to last year. > > I look forward working with them! > > Maybe something for the other countries to look into: Does your country > have a volunteer based heritage organization like Heemschut? It would be > a natural partner to work with. > > Maarten > > > _______________________________________________ > Wiki Loves Monuments mailing list > WikiLovesMonuments@lists.wikimedia.org > https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikilovesmonuments > http://www.wikilovesmonuments.eu