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Inspiring Stories

Celebrating your philanthropy

Many of us are familiar with the expression ‘the people make the place’ and nowhere is this truer than at the ROM. The Museum would not be a world-class cultural institution without the generous support of so many individuals, families and corporations. Here are just a few stories of ROM volunteers and donors who have gone above and a beyond.     

 

We sat down with Keith Thomson to talk about how charitable gift planning can help families become better stewards of their wealth, reduce or eliminate taxes, and leave a lasting legacy.

The School Visits Bursary Program puts learning into children’s hands, inviting them to handle real objects and artifacts, and to engage with passionate experts.

Inspired by a passionate ROM volunteer, the new IARTS Textiles of India Fund will celebrate the splendour and influence of Indian textile arts in perpetuity.

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) proudly congratulates Hatch as the 2015 recipient of Outstanding Corporation Award at the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Philanthropy Awards.

ROM Friends
With the help of volunteers and curators, ROM Friends raise awareness and understanding of the incredible stories behind the Museum’s collections. 
Ford and Peroni activations at the ROM.

The ROM is proud to partner with Ford of Canada and Peroni Nastro Azzurro to create original activations that speak to this key audience.

Patrons playing Fact or Fiction

This beloved event returned exclusively for our generous Patrons, featuring an unforgettable evening of hilarious guessing games and riveting conversations with ROM experts.

Aquamarine and Muscovite in Quartz

The ROM is grateful to BMO Financial Group for an extraordinary $1M gift in support of the Kirwin Collection initiative.

The ROM proudly welcomed 200 guests for an unforgettable evening of Pompeian flair and style in celebration of the Canadian premiere of Pompeii: In the Shadow of the Volcano

On September 7, 2014, one of Canada’s greatest mysteries was solved when the 2014 Victoria Strait Expedition team discovered Her Majesty’s Ship Erebus off the coast of Nunavut.