About the Program

The Manitoba Heritage Trust Program provides support for museums and archives, to start and grow endowments supporting their mission.

The program, initiated by The Province of Manitoba, is administered by The Winnipeg Foundation with support from the Association of Manitoba Museums and the Association for Manitoba Archives.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

The Province of Manitoba announced the Manitoba Heritage Trust Program at the St. Vital Museum.

Stay informed

If you’d like to receive information about Manitoba Heritage Trust Program, please provide your contact information below.





Resources

Manitoba Heritage Trust Program (MHTP)
Program details
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MHTP Guidelines - Inside Winnipeg
Step-by-step outline for organizations inside Winnipeg or with no local community foundation
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MHTP Guidelines - Outside Winnipeg
Step-by-step outline for organizations outside of Winnipeg
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MHTP Application Form
To save your completed application form, save the blank form to your computer. Open the form with Adobe, fill in and save.
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The following are the presentations from the two MHTP sessions, held in Winnipeg on April 19 and Brandon on May 8.

Susan Hagemeister, The Winnipeg Foundation
What is a community foundation and endowments?PDF
Mary Beth Taylor, Creaddo Group
Fundraising 101 - Part 1 Key DefinitionsPDF
Fundraising 101 - Part 2 The OpportunityPDF
Fundraising 101 - Part 3 Getting StartedPDF
Fundraising 101 - Part 4 Stages of AskingPDF
Fundraising 101 - Part 5 Finding DonorsPDF
Fundraising 101 - Part 6 Telling Your StoryPDF
Fundraising 101 - Part 7 Saying ThanksPDF
Fundraising 101 - Part 8 Writing a PlanPDF

How can we help?

Denise Campbell

Program Specialist – Endow Manitoba
204.944.9474
(toll free 1.877.974.3631)
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