Whistler Museum and archives society Fund
The Whistler Museum and Archives Society Fund was established in 2004 by the Whistler Museum and Archives Society through the support of an anonymous donor. The donor and the Society wished to see the organization have a stable source of funding. The purpose of the fund is to support the ongoing costs of society's programs for the benefit of the community.
The fund consists of principal that is invested over the long term. The interest earned on the fund each year goes to support the Whistler Museum.
Gifts to the fund are placed into the investment, creating a permanent source of support for the museum, helping them do good work forever. It's a simple way to build income for Whistler Museum and Archives Society.
The fund is professionally managed and overseen by the Community Foundation of Whistler.
Donors can leave a bequest to the Whistler Museum and Archives Society through the Community Foundation of Whistler, creating a personal legacy that will benefit the museum for all the years to come.
Whistler Museum tells Whistler's many stories, ranging from fun-loving pioneers, to the development of skiing in the area and the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The Whistler Museum is a leading centre for the collection, preservation, documentation, interpretation and celebration of Whistler's mountain life.