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Open to AIM members in England and Wales, the AIM Hallmarks Awards are intended to help museums begin to use the principles in the AIM Hallmarks of Prospering Museums to improve the way they work. This can involve either review and planning, or taking forward new ways of working.
Some museums might want to use the Hallmarks as a framework to review their organisational health and can apply to this fund for support in planning future development.
Other museums, which have already identified development needs reflecting the principles of the Hallmarks, can apply for funding to put their ideas into practice and progress programmes of work which will enable them to become more resilient and to prosper in the future.
The third and final round of the AIM Hallmarks Awards closes on 15 May 2017.
To find out how to apply and to check eligibility, please visit AIM Hallmarks Awards