The Ukrainian Museum of Canada, in downtown Saskatoon, features three galleries dedicated to celebrating and promoting the arts, culture, history, and legacy of the diverse Ukrainian Canadian community. We present regular workshops, lectures, school tours, and special events, and also house a library, archives, community spaces, and a boutique.
910 Spadina Crescent East
Money raised for the Ukrainian Museum of Canada is used to create fun, engaging educational and public programs that delight people of all ages and all cultural backgrounds. It allows us to create and maintain exhibits and our collections. Your gift supports the conservation and restoration of museum artifacts and the building itself, which bring Ukrainian cultural heritage in Canada to life. The Museum’s building, constructed in 1980, also has need of several renovations to ensure accessibility and minimize our carbon footprint. Your donation will ensure that we can keep Ukrainian culture and arts, and a vast range of stories from Ukrainian Canadians, at the forefront of Canadian awareness long into the future.
The Museum seeks volunteers with an interest in Ukrainian and Ukrainian Canadian culture and heritage to greet and guide visitors and work at our Museum gift shop; lead or assist in workshops and special events; assist in cataloguing our library (must read Ukrainian); and assist in an inventory of our permanent collection. Training will be provided to all volunteers.
We accept financial donations online (through our website), and by cheque or cash (delivered in person or by mail). A gift to the museum of money, real estate, art, or other items of value can also be arranged as part of your estate planning. If you are interested in making a bequest, please reach out to Executive Director Jen Budney. For information on corporate giving and sponsorship, please call the Museum’s Executive Director, Jen Budney, at: 306-244-3800, or email her at: email@example.com
The museum’s Collections Committee meets three times per year to consider items offered to the collection. Donors are asked to contact museum staff: firstname.lastname@example.org or: 306-244-3800 *Special item: The Museum is currently seeking copies of Savella Stechishin’s 1957 book, “Traditional Ukrainian Cookery”. The museum is also seeking donations of the following. Please call the Museum to make arrangements: Video Projector Frost-free deep freezer Bookshelves Embroidery supplies Loom
More than 2,000 displaced Ukrainian citizens have arrived in Saskatchewan since the start of the war in Ukraine. Most of these individuals and families have settled in our two largest cities. The Ukrainian Museum of Canada is seeking monetary donations from the broader community to help us offer free memberships and programs for these families and individuals. If you would like to direct your cash donation to memberships and programs for Ukrainian newcomers, please mark your cheques or call the Museum’s Executive Director, Jen Budney, to discuss how your money will be used: 306-244-3800.