The Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum Inc. is recognized as a charitable organization by Canada Revenue Agency. Donations are tax deductible.
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Manitoba Curling’s VIRTUAL MUSEUM:
The Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum Inc. (MCHF&M) is undertaking development of a VIRTUAL CURLING MUSEUM, an on-line display of the vast collection of Manitoba curling artifacts and images in its possession.
After being launched at the 2016 Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame Induction ceremonies, contributions of nearly $10,000 have been received from curlers and curling fans. To date 41 personal contributions (averaging $165) and two corporate donations (averaging $575) have been recorded.
The next stage of fund-raising, in the form of a corporate campaign, will begin in 2017.
Establishment of Canada’s first on-line curling museum will
- Digitize the collection
- Inventory/catalogue the collection
- Provide on-line historical curling information
- Provide visual images of the museum’s collection
The opportunity for people to view the remarkable collection which has been accumulated over the last three decades is a driving force for the Board and volunteers. That’s the opportunity which the Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum hopes to create through the development of its VIRTUAL CURLING MUSEUM.
Development of the on-line presence will also allow MCHF&M to pay suitable tribute to the honoured members of Manitoba’s Curling Hall of Fame through an appropriate listing as well as by linking the names of honoured athletes to archived photos from their playing days and to related artifacts.
Contributions may be made by mail c/o CurlManitoba, 309-145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 2Z6 Cheques should be issued to Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum (with Virtual Museum on the memo line). Credit card payments can also be authorized by calling 204-925-5723. As a Canada Revenue Agency authorized charity, the donation is fully tax deductible.
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