Foundation Chief Executive Michael Mail has joined the Board of the Brussels-based ‘Future for Religious Heritage’ (FRH).
FRH was founded in 2011 as an organisation dedicated to the safeguarding of Europe’s diverse and unique religious heritage. It is the only independent, non-faith, and non-profit network of charities and conservation departments of governmental, religious and university institutions, and other professionals working to protect religious heritage buildings across Europe, with over 170 members in 28 countries. Its mission is to work to ensure the promotion and safeguarding of Europe’s religious heritage, by bringing together organisations and individuals in a Europe-wide network and participating in forums and advocacy networks in order to bring the voice of religious heritage to relevant stakeholders and policymakers.
Michael commented, "the Foundation has been involved with FRH since 2014 and I serve on several FRH Committees. I am delighted to be taking on this new position and am looking forward to assisting FRH as it continues its important role championing the cause of religious heritage preservation across Europe."