Board of Directors
The Humboldt and District Museum & Gallery Board of Directors is appointed by City Council to establish policies on all matters connected with the governance, management, supervision and future development of the Museum and Gallery and Original Humboldt and Water Tower historic sites.
For information on the roles and responsibilities of Board members click HERE.
If you would like further information or are interested in becoming a member of the board, please contact Jennifer Fitzpatrick, the Director of Cultural Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or (306) 682-5226 ext. 3.
Volunteers are our community’s greatest resource and their achievements shine proudly throughout our civic Museum. Thanks to all our great volunteers who support and build our community pride. Over the last two decades, their help has been invaluable and we look forward to working with this group into the future!
If you would like to volunteer and meet new people in a fun and rewarding atmosphere, please consider becoming a volunteer.
Friends of the Museum & Gallery
The Friends volunteer group assist with events, programs, research, promotions and special projects. Their main fundraising activity is the Festival of Wreaths.
The Friends sponsor art exhibitions, special events, exhibit renovations, youth programs, concerts, and much more!
The Humboldt and District Museum and Gallery Public Foundation is a registered charity with the principal purpose of raising funds for capital projects.
The Foundation is currently raising funds for the re-design of the museum exhibits. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to the Foundation to help with these important community initiatives. Donations to the foundation are tax deductible and receipts will be issued for any donation of $10 and over.
The Staircase of Honour includes 143 steps that represent the contributions made by various individuals and organizations toward the conservation of the Water Tower. Plaques on the face of each step share the names of those individuals and organizations who made donations of at least $500. If you are interested in being a part of this history, please contact us to discuss purchasing a step.
Be a part of the Original Humboldt site legacy!
The Original Humboldt Committee continues in their efforts to bring the stories of the land to you. Your support of the public programs, replanting of prairie grasses, walking trail developments and research through archaeology will ensure the accessibility and sustainability of this project. Please contact us to make a tax deductible donation towards this community project.
The Public Art committee continues to look for new ways to infuse art into the city. Please contact us if you wish to create a work of art, or would like art added to your building or site! If you would like to help support the creation of public art, please click on the Donate button or contact us to make a tax deductible donation towards an upcoming community project.
Methods of Support
Please consider making a monetary donation to the Humboldt & District Museum and Gallery. Donations are used to help support programs, exhibits and services. If making a monetary donation, the Museum & Gallery accepts cash, cheque, credit and debit. We are able to accept monetary donations either in person or over the phone.
In-kind donations are donations that are given as goods or services provided, rather than a monetary donation. If you wish to give an in-kind donation please contact the Museum.