Charitable receipts will be issued by Canada Helps for donations made through their website. Receipts are also available for donations made directly to the Museum upon request.
The museum is a registered charity (Business Number 889800975RR0001).
Thank you to our many donors who gave special gifts in 2021 and 2022
Honouring a loved one Many families make donations to a favourite charity on behalf of a loved one. If you have a history buff in your family consider donating to The Middleville and District Museum in honour or memory of them. Donations help fund the efforts to preserve local artifacts and family histories. We are very grateful for our supporters.
The Gift of Time A donation of time through volunteering at the Museum is a great way to offer support. Visit our VOLUNTEERING page to find out more about how you could help. We offer a variety of opportunities for volunteers.
Our Partners The Middleville and District Museum has many sponsors and partnerships that help with projects undertaken by volunteers. Local companies donate resources, materials and services to help reduce costs. This allows the Museum to achieve many of its goals.
Halls Well Drilling Blackburn Plumbing Brad Larocque Mike Sobol Wendy Kennedy Sobol JMM Electric, Mark Mikolaitis Catherine Kelly John Brearly Bob McKay The Perth Planing Mill, Luke McLenaghan Centennial Truss, Russ & Gene Borrowman Timbermart, Ron Closs John Hall Lionel Easton Wendell Cochran Tackaberry Sand & Gravel Kenny Lalonde (fence) Algonquin College (window replacement)
The Museum volunteers are grateful to Fluid Solar Roasted Coffee of Galbraith for providing coffee for events. Thank you to McLaren Orchards of Renfrew for the donation of apples for Apple Day.
Grants have been recieved from the following foundations and organizarions in 2021 and 2022:
Our Wish list The Middleville and Disrtict Museum takes on lots of projects throughout the year. Volunteers work on updating exhibits and general maintenance like painting and cleaning. The acquisition of additional land in 2021 has meant a whole lot of yard work to be done. Our volunteers need tools to complete various tasks so the museum has come up with a wishlist of items that would be very helpful in completing these tasks.
The museum is looking for the following gently used items:
If you have any of these items that you don't need anymore and would like to donate them to our Museum, please contact us by filling in the form below and we will make a connection. If you live in the Lanark Highlands area we can arrange for drop off or pick up. If you live further afield, but plan to visit the Museum in the future, let us know and bring the item along next season. Thank you to all our great supporters. We are very grateful.