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Susan Horvath
Susan Horvath 

President & CEO
ROM Governors

“Through our partnerships with over 40 community organizations, we are unlocking the ROM's power to engage and inspire, extending the Museum's reach to a greater diversity of visitors.”

Museums are often at the heart of a city—as is the case in Toronto with the ROM—and offer a chance to reflect, discover something new, meet others in the community, and become part of exciting events and programs. 
In this regard, one of the most important roles the ROM can play is in welcoming newcomers to Canada. Over $2 million in private sector support has been contributed to advance accessibility initiatives at the ROM. Working with our donors, corporate partners, and volunteers, the Museum is able to welcome 75,000 people each year through the ROM Community Access Network (ROMCAN). 
The ROM is committed to increasing the impact of ROMCAN by extending a Museum experience to 100,000 individuals this year, including at least 10,000 Syrian refugees. I invite you to learn more about how you can support accessibility projects at the Museum or make a donation to help eliminate financial, social, and cultural barriers that might stand between the community and the Museum.





Inside the ROM Governors

Patrons at an exclusive party at the museum.Become a Corporate Member ►

Reward your employees with exclusive benefits such as free admission, exhibitions previews, special events and behind-the-scenes tours. 

Robert PierceEstate Planning 101 ►

Charitable gift planning can help families become better stewards of their wealth, reduce or eliminate taxes, and leave a lasting legacy.


Making a Difference

Sponsor speaking at the opening of Mesopotamia: Inventing our world.The Beauty of Indian Textiles 

Inspired by a  ROM volunteer, a new grant will celebrate the splendour and influence of Indian textile arts in perpetuity. 

Exhibit patrons preview Mesopotamia: Inventing Our World.Special Sneak Peek  

With your support, the ROM's Dawn of Life Gallery will help us today to understand the world we’ll live in tomorrow.