2020-2021 Annual Fundraising Campaign

A donation in the name of adventure for kids! Support the renewal of the popular family exhibition Come Aboard! Pirates or Privateers?

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As part of its annual fundraising campaign, the Pointe-à-Callière Foundation aims to raise funds for the renewal of the popular permanent exhibition Come Aboard! Pirates or privateers?

A new, unique, and immersive experience for adventurers young and old!

Come Aboard! Pirates or Privateers? gives young visitors and families a golden opportunity to learn how they measure up to the rugged mariners who sailed the St. Lawrence River in the days of New France. Presented in an immersive environment within the Old Custom House – J. Armand Bombardier Foundation Pavilion, this discovery-exhibition unfolds against a backdrop evoking a privateer ship—The Iberville—on which young people, play a role in a tale of adventure, test their physical and intellectual skills.

Campaign goal: $150,000

By contributing to the fundraising campaign, your donation will

  • Add newly enhanced interactive elements and create a fun, streamlined exhibition itinerary
  • Highlight objects from Pointe-à-Callière’s colection with reworked and updated museography
  • Make Montréal’s naval history accessible to one and all!
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**Encouraging culture is a win-win for everyone!

Did you know that you get a tax credit when you give to a charitable organization like the Pointe-à-Callière Foundation? Not only that, but if you make your first cultural donation of at least $5,000, you will receive an additional 25% tax credit on top of the other applicable tax credits! It pays to support culture!

See all the benefits for donors.

How to donate to the Pointe-à-Callière Foundation

  • Donate directly online.
    A simple, safe and environmentally friendly option!

  • By phone: contact us at 514 872-4643

  • By mail: complete the form and mail your cheque, clearly marked with your name, to:
    Pointe-à-Callière Foundation
    350 Place Royale
    Montréal, Quebec H2Y 3Y5

Different donation options

Did you know that there are different ways to donate? The Foundation issues income tax receipts for the following kinds of donations:

A gift in memoriam is a generous gesture as a way of expressing your sympathy to family members and friends. If you would like to notify the family or a particular individual of your donation, the Pointe-à-Callière Foundation can send a card in your name to the people concerned.

Download the gift in memoriam form

The Pointe-à-Callière Foundation welcomes planned gifts, both immediate and deferred, and extends its sincere thanks to donors who support Pointe-à-Callière in this way.

Immediate donations may be in the form of monetary gifts, securities (shares, bonds), charitable gift annuities, immovables and gifts in kind. Future or deferred donations may be in the form of bequests or life insurance policies (death benefit).

To help you decide on the type of gift best suited to your situation, the Pointe-à-Callière Foundation recommends that you consult a professional tax advisor or financial advisor, for details on the tax rules applicable in your case.

For more information on planned giving, contact the Foundation by email or by phone at (514) 872-8431.

Download the gift in memoriam form

You can donate publicly traded shares, bonds and other securities to the Foundation. Use this form to transfer publicly traded securities to the Pointe-à-Callière Foundation.

Download the form for donating publicly traded securities

One of the Museum’s mandates is to acquire collections relating to Montréal’s history, from prehistory to the present, and to conserve, manage and display them. The Museum also acquires items related to its temporary exhibitions, and purchases and manufactures items and receives them through donations and bequests. For more information on this type of donation, contact Marie-Ève Bertrand, Collections Archivist, by email or by phone at 514 872-9310.