Thank you for considering a gift to Wanuskewin.
As a registered charity, we rely on community support to help us fulfill our mandate. Our donors play a vital role in fostering reconciliation and healthier relationships in our community.
Through educational programming, art exhibitions and installations, cultural performances, and important conversations, we are proud to share Northern Plains Indigenous culture with our guests, both local and from around the world.
Wanuskewin also creates employment opportunities for Indigenous peoples in a variety of roles including administrative, interpretive, culinary, and more.
All of this is made possible by you.
The Road to UNESCO
Wanuskewin is poised to become Saskatchewan’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site by 2025. Your donation will help us on the road to UNESCO. Here’s how:
UNESCO Dossier and Project Management
Ongoing logistical support as we work with all levels of government to implement the organizational changes necessary for UNESCO World Heritage designation
A key component of our UNESCO application involves offering a full slate of programs that showcase Northern Plains Indigenous culture and our vast archaeological collection.
Cultural Vitality and Sustainability
Resources to ensure proper asset maintenance and a plan to refresh our exhibits and engage our community through education and reconciliation.
Bison Herd Growth and Grassland Conservation
Support our master plan to grow our bison herd to 50 and seed additional land back to native prairie grassland, expanding our preservation of one of the world’s most endangered biomes.
Leave a Legacy
A bequest is a great way to honour a loved one, commemorate your love of this spiritual place, or memorialize an important person in your life.
If you are considering a planned gift to Wanuskewin, please contact our Director of Development, Alan Long at [email protected]. Your commitment today makes a difference tomorrow.