Corporate Support

Demonstrate your company’s commitment to Canadian heritage and the arts by supporting The Canadian Canoe Museum. Your support helps collection activities, conservation efforts, exhibit development, and educational and public programs.

Your organization can play a leading role in ensuring that Canada’s cultural heritage is preserved for future generations. At the same time, you can promote your business goals and marketing needs. Become a corporate member or sponsor a Museum event and take advantage of the many benefits.

For more information, email partners@canoemuseum.ca or call 705.748.9153 x211.

Become a Corporate Member

Corporate Membership provides your organization with special benefits, discounts, a unique means for entertaining clients, recognition, and much more.

For more information email members@canoemuseum.ca or call 705.748.9153 x211.

Corporate Donations

Your organization’s support showcases your commitment to Canadian heritage, art and culture. It also helps to provide opportunities to learn more about canoes and Canadian heritage.

Your donation can be directed towards very specific aspects of the Museum:

  • Education
  • Exhibitions
  • Research
  • Conservation
  • Public programming
  • Special events
  • National and international outreach

Corporate Sponsorship

An opportunity to support high-profile events such as the Beaver Club Gala and National Canoe Day. Through this association your company will enjoy brand awareness, marketing access, and exposure to your target audience. You can take pride in knowing that your sponsorship is playing a vital role in making Museum exhibitions, education, and public programs possible.

Your sponsorship can provide you with exclusive affiliation with a specific exhibition or program. Museum staff can prepare a benefits package to suit your company’s needs and interests. Contact the Museum team for more information.

 

Reach the People That Matter to You

   Over 1,000 Museum members.

   Of Museum adult visitors, 57% are female, 43% are male.

   35% are aged 50-64, 25% are 65 and over, and 18% are 40-49.

   61% have university or higher education, 27% have community college education.