Save the Evidence Fall Campaign announces goal of $75,000 to complete construction

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All of us here at Woodland Cultural Centre are thrilled to announce that we are so close to raising our goal to complete the “Bricks and Morter” Restoration of the Mohawk Institute Residential School. “We just need to raise $75,000 more to complete the Phase 2 construction.”   Phase 1 saw the condemned site undergo… Read more »

Woodland Cultural Centre knows Giving Tuesday 2020 and a generous matching Donor will help them push them over the finish line to complete Phase 2 of “Save the Evidence”

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Woodland Cultural Centre knows Giving Tuesday 2020 and a generous matching Donor will help them push them over the finish line to complete Phase 2 of Construction of “Save the Evidence”   Woodland Cultural Centre is looking for community support this Giving Tuesday December 1, 2020 to help with the final phase of construction at… Read more »

Did Save the Evidence Win the Great Canadian Giving Challenge?

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Thank you to everyone who participated in the #GivingChallengeCA in June. The community support was overwhelming. Congratulations to “Sistering A-Woman’s Place” who were the winners of the Great Canadian Giving Challenge $20,000 prize. Even though we did not win this year, with your support, donations and shares we were able to raise MORE than that prize value… Read more »

April Save the Evidence Newsletter now available Online

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Woodland Cultural Centre releases Save the Evidence Newsletter Digitally to update the Community. The Save the Evidence campaign is an initiative launched by the Woodland Cultural Centre to raise awareness and support for the restoration of the former Mohawk Institute Residential School building. The vision is to turn the building into an Interpretive Historic Site… Read more »