We hope that you will consider supporting the Jewish Heritage Centre. Your contribution will allow us to continue our work to collect and share our community’s history, to provide quality programming and exhibits throughout the year, and to honour and support those who survived the Holocaust and remember those who perished by promoting education on the Holocaust, antisemitism, human rights, social justice and genocide awareness.
All donations are tax-receipted.
There are many ways you can donate to and help support the Jewish Heritage Centre:
Direct Donations to the Jewish Heritage Centre
Donations can be made by calling 204-478-8590 or ask us to contact you by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org Donations of securities are also welcome.
Sponsorship opportunities are available and welcomed for our major events such as the our annual Sol and Florence Kanee Distinguished Lecture Series.
Donate online via Canada Helps
Whether you want to give once, give monthly, or donate a security or mutual fund for great financial benefits, with Canada Helps you can donate online to the Jewish Heritage Centre.
Grow our Endowment funds at the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba by making a donation or creating a new name-based fund:
- There are several funds established at the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba under the umbrella of the Holocaust Education Centre Endowment Fund.
- Donations may also be made to our Jewish Heritage Centre Endowment Fund and the new Jewish Heritage Centre Archival Endowment Fund.
Thanks to the fund matching program at the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba, every dollar donated goes further.
Donations of Historical Material
Our archives preserve the past of the Jewish people of Western Canada. If you have materials of historical or genealogical value, we would be proud to preserve and make it available to future generations for you.
Donations of Artefacts
Our Museum is constantly adding to our permanent gallery and building new exhibits. Any physical items of significance to the the Jewish people of Western Canada would be of much interest to us to preserve and keep for future exhibitions.