Donate to Our Collection

The Charlotte County Archives is always pleased to receive donations of photographs, letters, ledgers, diaries or manuscripts relating to Charlotte County history.  Contact Us  if you have material which you would be interested in donating.

Membership

To be considered a member of the Charlotte County Archives you must make either a monetary donation, or donate your time to one (or more!) of our many projects. More information follows below concerning donating time or money to the Archives.

Volunteer  

As a not–for-profit organization, The Charlotte County Archives is always looking for dedicated volunteers who are willing to share their time and talents to assist us in archival work, meeting and greeting visitors, doing research and planning and working on special events. We are enriched by the work of volunteers. If you are interested in helping us, please let us know.  Training is provided.

Monetary Donations 

We receive about half of our operating funds from various levels of government and depend upon donations to fund a part-time archivist, and the computers, printers, scanners and materials necessary to the process of preservation. We also fund programs which expose our rich heritage to visitors and to our children. All donations are gratefully received, and are Income Tax deductible under Canadian and U.S. Law. Please note that we receipt all donations for $10 and above. We have listed some of the types of donations which can be made below, but to make a personal donation now there are three easy options:

1 -   Drop off a donation at the Charlotte County Archives during office hours:

2 -   Mail a cheque:

You may click on the logo below to download a printable form which you may fill out and mail with your cheque to:

CHARLOTTE COUNTY ARCHIVES
123 Frederick Street
St. Andrews, NB Canada E5B 1Z1
   

Cheques should be made payable to the Charlotte County Archives.  

             
3 -  Make a donation online by using your credit card with either of the two secure payment options below.

     

                                  

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We'd like you to know that the Charlotte County Archives respects the privacy of its donors; we do not sell, rent, or trade our donor lists.

Memorial Donation

Many of our supporters choose to honour the memory of a loved one by setting up a memorial donation to Charlotte County Archives. In doing so, you can ensure that your loved ones will be remembered through support to a wonderful cause that is near and dear to their hearts.

To set up a memorial donation please call the Charlotte County Archives at 506-529-4248. We appreciate you thinking of us in your time of loss.

Honourary Donation

Honourary donations have become an increasingly popular way of celebrating a memorable time in the life of a special person. You can celebrate the wedding, birthday, anniversary, retirement or special accomplishment of a relative, friend, loved one, or co-worker with a donation to Charlotte County Archives on their behalf. This is an excellent opportunity of acknowledging success and hard work while giving back to an excellent cause.

Corporate Donations

Being a good corporate citizen not only impacts the quality of life in the communities where you conduct business, but it also demonstrates and reinforces that you care about preserving the history and heritage of Charlotte County.  The message will come across loud and clear to the public: you are thankful to people for supporting your business and you want to give back to the community.

We can help by ensuring that your message of generosity is reaching your community in a very visible and meaningful way.

Please contact the Charlotte County Archives by email at contact@ccarchives.ca or call 506-529-4248 to make arrangements to make a corporate donation.

Bequests

Leaving a bequest in your will is one of the most financially responsible ways of making a donation to the Charlotte County Archives as it allows you to arrange a gift to Charlotte County Archives while maintaining your cash flow and future financial security.

If you would like to arrange to leave a bequest to Charlotte County Archives in your will, please contact us.

If you have already named Charlotte County Archives in your will, we hope that you will let us know so that we have the opportunity to thank you for your generosity.

Privacy

Charlotte County Archives respects the privacy of its donors; we do not sell, rent, or trade our donor lists. Any information we collect is used to process donations and provide our information on activities.

Please contact us if you have any questions:

By e-mail: contact@ccarchives.ca

By Telephone: (506)529-4248

By Mail:

Charlotte County Archives
123 Frederick Street
St. Andrews, NB
E5B 1Z1