SUPPORT THE NEW MUSEUM

Your special gift to the new museum Bringing Stories to Life campaign will help us to create programs and exhibits that will engage, strengthen and inspire our community.

DONATE MONTHLY

A smaller monthly donation monthly creates a BIG impact over time! Your monthly donation can be cancelled at any time.

FRIENDS LEADERSHIP CIRCLE

Memberships with the Friends Leadership Circle signals to our community your desire to ensure MONOVA’s long-term success and growth while receiving a variety of member benefits.

Receipts for income tax purposes are issued for gifts of $25 or more.

Monthly gifts will receive one tax receipt in February, for the total amount of the monthly gifts in the previous year.

Planned Giving

A Legacy or Planned Gift can help the MONOVA to share this rich history, well into the future. Please consider including us in your estate plans with bequests, cash, securities, RRSPs or Life Insurance Policies. To initiate a confidential conversation, please contact Laurel Lawry at 604.990.3700 (x8002). We encourage you to have your estate plans reviewed by a professional financial or legal advisor.

Donate Securites

Receive tax savings on your investment by donating shares or stocks directly to the Friends Society.

Friends Securities Transfer Form

Other Ways To Donate

PHONE

Call 604. 990. 3700 (ex 8002)

MAIL

3203 Institute Road
North Vancouver, BC V7K3E5

Cheques payable to “The Friends of the North Vancouver Museum & Archives Society”

Supporters Spotlight

Doug and Margaret Hatlelid

Putting their time and money where their hearts are.

Modern day, middle-aged couple wrapped in winter coats, hats and scarves, poses outside at an urban park with bare trees in the background and high rises in the distance.

Interest and enthusiasm around the new Museum’s programs and exhibits prompted North Shore residents Doug and Margaret Hatlelid to “put their money where their heart is” with a donation that will help MONOVA to realize a number of projects. Wonderfully, their gift was matched by an anonymous donor during a special matching gift challenge, doubling their impact.

The Hatlelids see their contributions as circular. Yes, they give, but in return they’ve learned so much about North Vancouver’s history. They’re helping to create a resource that will help the community better understand how we got to where we are now.

Community and volunteering are important to Doug and Margaret Hatlelid, who met 20 years ago while volunteering at Bard on the Beach, where they still volunteer today.

Doug’s lifelong interest in history and, in particular, the history of places where he has lived, brought him to volunteer with the NVMA. He is especially fascinated with North Vancouver’s rapid transformation from an ancient forest to a modern metropolis. Doug shared his time with us at last year’s Canada Day celebrations and Coho Festival. He continues volunteering with us on other projects, such as documenting the education collection’s photographs.

We are accountable to you! MONOVA and the Friends Society have both adopted the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Donor Bill of Rights.

We are grateful for all gift amounts to support your community museum and archives. Public recognition expresses our appreciation for gifts according to our Donor Recognition Program. For information please contact Laurel Lawry at 604. 990. 3700 (ex 8002).

Friends Society

The Friends of the North Vancouver Museum & Archives Society is a registered charity and membership organization which helps to develop and maintain awareness of our community history, while supporting and raising funds for the North Vancouver Museum & Archives, their programs, exhibits and other activities.

Friends of the North Vancouver Museum & Archives Society Registered Charity No. 89031 1772 RR0001