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Young Patrons Circle

Dianne Lister President & Executive Director ROM Governors "This exquisite Christian Dior gown was comissioned by the ROM thanks to the generous support of the Louise Hawley Stone Charitable Trust, which generates over $2 million annually for the Museum to purchase acquisitions and

Who we are

The Young Patrons Circle is a unique and intimate way for museum-enthusiasts to experience the ROM. By making a philanthropic gift, young professionals (ages 25-40) enjoy an all-access pass to exclusive events and networking opportunities at the Museum. Since its launch in 2005, YPC donors have

Contact

One of the benefits of YPC membership is personalized service from our dedicated staff. Call Chantal Teixeira at 416.586.5556 or email  ypc@rom.on.ca with any questions, or to join or renew your YPC gift.

Second Lev

Annual donations to the ROM through YPC ensure that the Museum has the philanthropic base of support needed to undertake programming, curatorial research, education and exhibitions as large as Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana and as intimate as Sovereign Allies/Living Cultures: First

Membership

Signing up for a YPC membership is easy. First choose a gift level:-Voyager: $600- $999-Explorer: $1,000- $1,799-Adventurer: $1,800- $2,999-Discoverer: $3,000- $4,999-Trailblazer: $5,000+ Next, decide how you want to make your gift: -in full at the time you join/renew-in monthly instalments-by a

Attire

Tux or toga? Gold bangles or head jewelry? Channel your inner gladiator or goddess and dress to impress. Ladies: Grecian glam or Cleopatra chic--think empire waist white dresses and bountiful black silk sheaths. Gentlemen: Be daring! Capes, faux fur and body armour.

The Exhibition

Ancient Mesopotamia The world we live in was born in Mesopotamia more than 3,000 years ago. Home to the world’s first great cities, the land “between the rivers” is the birthplace of writing, of codified laws, of urban planning, of long-distance trade, and of empire-building. ROM Ancient