Taras Shevchenko Museum of Canada
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Museum Building

Taras H. Shevchenko
Museum & Memorial
Park Foundation

1614 Bloor St. West
Toronto, Ontario
M6P 1A7
Tel: 416-534-8662
Fax: 416-535-1063

 

Taras H. Shevchenko Museum and Memorial Park Foundation is a non-profit organization with the goal of popularizing the life and work of the Bard of Ukraine, and the contribution of Canadians of Ukrainian descent to the social, economic and political life of Canada.

Meeting this goal through education, maintenance, and development Taras H. Shevchenko Museum and Memorial Park Foundation relies on public donations to run its projects.


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Visitors of the Museum are not charged admission. Our website if free from advertisements. We rely entirely on donations to fund new exhibits, expand the research library, organize educational projects and maintain the building and the park. All donations are greatly appreciated.

Your donation is safe, secure, and private, and helps support the issues you care about.

Taras H. Shevchenko Museum and Memorial Park Foundation acknowledges its supporters and contributors online. When you donate $100 or more to Taras H. Shevchenko Museum and Memorial Park Foundation, you will be listed on our Thank you web page.


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You can send donations via mail to Taras H. Shevchenko Museum and Memorial Park Foundation's head office at the following address:

Taras H. Shevchenko Museum and Memorial Park Foundation
1614 Bloor Street West
Toronto, Ontario, M6P 1A7, Canada

If sending donations from outside Canada, please note that an international money order or a check payable on a Canadian bank would be appreciated, to avoid collection costs. Sending a foreign check (or any other kind of draft drawn on a bank outside Canada) may involve processing fees in excess of $50. International postal money orders payable in Canada are available in post offices in many countries and will ensure your complete donation goes to Taras H. Shevchenko Museum and Memorial Park Foundation. Please do not send currency through the mail.

You can remember someone special or give a gift of memory to someone who was close to you with a Memorial donation. A gift card will be sent to you. Make sure you provide contact information below to receive your acknowledgement gift card. (Suggested min. $25.00). You can also remember us in your will.

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For further information you can call (416)534-8662, send a fax (416)535-1063 or email shevchenkomuseum@bellnet.ca




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Prints of Taras Shevchenko's watercolours are available at the Shevchenko Museum. These quality prints would be an excellent gift for Shevchenko art lovers. more...
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The son of a serf, Shevchenko became not only an artist and academician of Saint-Petersburg Academy of Art, but one of the most versatile people of 19th century. His paintings and graphics reflect a refined world that did not resemble his own life...(more)

 


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