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Annual fundraising
campaign
2019-2020

women attending a projection during an exhibit
woman pointing something to another woman
girl sculpting a hand in a sculpting workshop

Lend a helping hand
to the Museum

In addition to supporting the MMFA’s mission, donors who contribute $200 or more to the annual campaign will be able to leave their mark on the ephemeral art installation unveiled on Du Musée Avenue in the summer of 2020.
Support your Museum. Give to the annual campaign.

Help us reach our goal of $2 M

Every donation makes a difference.

The MMFA is not a government-run museum. It depends greatly on your donations to pursue its mission.

Two other ways to donate
514-285-2000, option 4 or 2189 Bishop Street, Montreal, Quebec H3G 2E8

Why give to the annual fundraising campaign?

Why give to the annual fundraising campaign?

Support the production of major exhibitions and Museum programming as a whole.
Play an active role in ensuring the perpetuity of the MMFA’s encyclopedic collection, comprising more than 43,000 artworks.
Develop and maintain the MMFA's educational, wellness and art-therapy activities for the good of the community.
Make art accessible to everyone and support the Museum’s positioning as a powerful vehicle for social progress and an international driving force.
young women in front of a projection during an exhibition
young girls smiling
two ladies discussing. the lady on the right is pointing an artwork
a little boy crafting

The MMFA in numbers

girl sculpting a hand in a sculpture workshop
350 000

participants in educational, health and wellness activities each year.

450

collaborations with community and healthcare organizations.

22,400

participants in Sharing the Museum program workshops that welcome socially maginalized individuals.

9,000

people aged 65 and over participating in Thursdays at the Museum activities.

43,000

artworks comprising the Museum’s encyclopedic collection, the collective heritage of all Quebecers and Canadians.

400

400 volunteers, including 200 guides, offering over 5,000 free tours a year.

55,000

students exploring the Museum each year as part of school programs showcasing the collection.

family of 2 adults and 1 child
72,000

people enjoying free activities for families.


Your messages inspire us
Donors of $500 or more get to leave a personalized message on Du Musée Avenue.
To my Théo. May a thousand and one colours light up your little eyes!
Louis-Pierre Chouinard

A one-of-a-kind collective work

Du Musée Avenue

Du Musée Avenue, Moving Dunes installation, 2018

A one-of-a-kind collective work

The creators

The names of the creators behind the next Du Musée Avenue art installation will be revealed in the winter of 2020.

Be part of it!

Confirm your donation of $200 or more and be invited to the spring 2020 unveiling of the installation where you will find your mark.


Applause to all our donors
Donors of $150 or more to the annual fundraising campaign.
Anctil, Jocelyne
Angers, Denise
Anonyme
Archambault, Patrice
Baxter, Anne B.
Beauchemin, Céline
Beaumier, Renald
Bélanger, Jean-Sébastien
Bergeron, Patrice
Bergevin, Christiane
Bidler, Rose M.
Boisvert, Ronald
Boisvert Wall, Madeleine
Bondil, Nathalie
Bordeleau, Luc
Boucher, Claire
Boucher, Ginette
Boucher, Johanne
Bourget, Amélie
Brown Bradley, Anne
Caire, Ginette
Choran, Irving
Christen, Anne-Marie
Clarke, Brock F.
Cloutier, Marie
Corbo, Claude
De Lamirande, Eve
Demirel, Teoman
Deschamps, Yvon et Judi Richards
Desrosiers, Chantal
Duranceau, Louise
Fallu, Juliette
Feher, Mary M. J.
Finkelstein, Ursula
Gagnon, Hélène
Gagnon, Sylvie
Gallop, Mark
Gaudet Gagnon, Denise
Gaudry, Hélène
Gélinas, Luc
Gendron, Hubert
Gignac, Johanne
Giroux, Richard
Grégoire, M.-L.
Guérin, François
Hagen, Marianne
Hakim, Samira
Houle, Michèle
Kussner, Sheila
Lalonde, Margot
Lamarre, Henriette
Lambert, Lise
Laparé, Jacques
Larose, Jacques
Lebeau, Lorraine
Leblanc, Ginette
Lemieux, Suzanne
Leroux, Monique et Marc
MacDonald, John J.
Martin, Jean
Mclaughlin, Anne
Michaud, Julien
Murdoch, Jacqueline
Normandeau, Michel
Paquette, Lucie
Paris, Rachelle
Petrelli, Robert
Quenneville, Louise
Reitman, Dorothy
Roy, Jean R.
Simard, Hélène
Steinberg, Murray
Stendel, Manya
Stephenson, Shane
Thomas, Peggy-Jean
Turcot, Claude
Vaillancourt, Marie
Wallace, Robert
Willemot, Patrick
Anctil, Jocelyne
Angers, Denise
Anonyme
Archambault, Patrice
Baxter, Anne B.
Beauchemin, Céline
Beaumier, Renald
Bélanger, Jean-Sébastien
Bergeron, Patrice
Bergevin, Christiane
Bidler, Rose M.
Boisvert, Ronald
Boisvert Wall, Madeleine
Bondil, Nathalie
Bordeleau, Luc
Boucher, Claire
Boucher, Ginette
Boucher, Johanne
Bourget, Amélie
Brown Bradley, Anne
Caire, Ginette
Choran, Irving
Christen, Anne-Marie
Clarke, Brock F.
Cloutier, Marie
Corbo, Claude
De Lamirande, Eve
Demirel, Teoman
Deschamps, Yvon et Judi Richards
Desrosiers, Chantal
Duranceau, Louise
Fallu, Juliette
Feher, Mary M. J.
Finkelstein, Ursula
Gagnon, Hélène
Gagnon, Sylvie
Gallop, Mark
Gaudet Gagnon, Denise
Gaudry, Hélène
Gélinas, Luc
Gendron, Hubert
Gignac, Johanne
Giroux, Richard
Grégoire, M.-L.
Guérin, François
Hagen, Marianne
Hakim, Samira
Houle, Michèle
Kussner, Sheila
Lalonde, Margot
Lamarre, Henriette
Lambert, Lise
Laparé, Jacques
Larose, Jacques
Lebeau, Lorraine
Leblanc, Ginette
Lemieux, Suzanne
Leroux, Monique et Marc
MacDonald, John J.
Martin, Jean
Mclaughlin, Anne
Michaud, Julien
Murdoch, Jacqueline
Normandeau, Michel
Paquette, Lucie
Paris, Rachelle
Petrelli, Robert
Quenneville, Louise
Reitman, Dorothy
Roy, Jean R.
Simard, Hélène
Steinberg, Murray
Stendel, Manya
Stephenson, Shane
Thomas, Peggy-Jean
Turcot, Claude
Vaillancourt, Marie
Wallace, Robert
Willemot, Patrick

Anctil, Jocelyne
Angers, Denise
Anonyme
Archambault, Patrice

Baxter, Anne B.
Beauchemin, Céline
Beaumier, Renald
Bélanger, Jean-Sébastien
Bergeron, Patrice
Bergevin, Christiane
Bidler, Rose M.
Boisvert, Ronald
Boisvert Wall, Madeleine
Bondil, Nathalie
Bordeleau, Luc
Boucher, Claire
Boucher, Ginette
Boucher, Johanne
Bourget, Amélie
Brown Bradley, Anne

Caire, Ginette
Choran, Irving
Christen, Anne-Marie
Clarke, Brock F.
Cloutier, Marie
Corbo, Claude

De Lamirande, Eve
Demirel, Teoman
Deschamps, Yvon et Judi Richards
Desrosiers, Chantal
Duranceau, Louise

Fallu, Juliette
Feher, Mary M. J.
Finkelstein, Ursula

Gagnon, Hélène
Gagnon, Sylvie
Gallop, Mark
Gaudet Gagnon, Denise
Gaudry, Hélène
Gélinas, Luc
Gendron, Hubert
Gignac, Johanne
Giroux, Richard
Grégoire, M.-L.
Guérin, François

Hagen, Marianne
Hakim, Samira
Houle, Michèle

Kussner, Sheila

Lalonde, Margot
Lamarre, Henriette
Lambert, Lise
Laparé, Jacques
Larose, Jacques
Lebeau, Lorraine
Leblanc, Ginette
Lemieux, Suzanne
Leroux, Monique et Marc

MacDonald, John J.
Martin, Jean
Mclaughlin, Anne
Michaud, Julien
Murdoch, Jacqueline

Normandeau, Michel

Paquette, Lucie
Paris, Rachelle
Petrelli, Robert

Quenneville, Louise

Reitman, Dorothy
Roy, Jean R.

Simard, Hélène
Steinberg, Murray
Stendel, Manya
Stephenson, Shane

Thomas, Peggy-Jean
Turcot, Claude

Vaillancourt, Marie

Wallace, Robert
Willemot, Patrick
Additional tax credit for a large cultural donation

Did you know that the provincial governments issues an additional tax equalling 25% of the eligible amount for a first large cultural donation?

To learn more, visit the Revenu Québec website or contact the Foundation at 514-285-1600 extension 269.

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