The Willow Bunch Museum & Heritage Society Inc. depends on the generous donations of artifacts, time, and/or cash to maintain and improve the Museum. We usually are able to secure various grants to help with the operations but donations from individuals and families are what really makes a difference.

If you would like to help us preserve the history of Willow Bunch and the surrounding area with a donation, be it artifacts, your time, and/or cash, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Congratulations to Ted Nagle of Mossbank who was the lucky winner of the Lovely Quilt below.  Thank you everyone that supported our museum by purchasing tickets and a Special Thank You to Berthe Sanftleben (Lapointe) for the donation.  Draw was made on November 22nd, 2019 at the Museum.

The Willow Bunch Museum & Heritage Society is a Registered non-profit Canadian Charitable Organization, as such we will issue a tax receipt for cash donations of $20 or more.

Throughout the years we have received generous donations!  See the pictures below!

Other generous donations received in past years but unfortunately we do not have any pictures to show were received from Assiniboia Knights of Columbus / Willow Bunch Wildlife / Joan Heaton Estate.

[ngg src=”albums” ids=”10″ display=”pro_list_album” caption_color=”#330a0a” border_color=”#04041c” background_color=”#7ea0bf”]In-Kind Donations are also very much appreciated, and especially the Quonset that was donated in 2011 by André & Doris O’Reilly,  shown in the pictures below.  Other-in-Kind donations were from Tom Légaré, but no pictures are available.

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