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Legacy Fund

Dear grunt supporter,

grunt has a dream. Our goal is to one day raise $2 million dollars for the grunt gallery Legacy Fund. The grunt gallery Legacy Fund is a permanent endowment, managed by the Vancouver Foundation, with the purpose of providing a strong and stable base of funds that financially supports grunt and the artists we serve. Not only will this provide grunt with a considerable interest-based quarterly income, it will also empower the gallery to take on future capital planning with determination and confidence.

Our endowment has grown from $150,000 in 2006 to over $460,000 today, an incredible accomplishment for an organization of our size.

grunt navigates unforeseeable funding patterns by anchoring a thriving and sustainable future through the grunt gallery Legacy Fund. As a donor to grunt gallery, you are not just investing in an exhibition program; you are investing in an artist-run centre that cultivates curators with raw talent, emerging artists, and innovative ideas that drive Vancouver’s artistic community forward. You can be certain that you are making a long-lasting impact on the arts by giving to this fund.

The grunt gallery Legacy Fund hopes to raise $15,000 by November 2013. All funds raised by the aforementioned date will be submitted to the Canadian Heritage Endowment Incentives Program. This program supports endowments created by non-profits by matching a percentage of funds raised on an annual basis, which means every dollar you give to this fund will always be worth more.
Invest in us and we can continue to make a difference.

You can donate to the grunt gallery Legacy Fund by writing a cheque payable to Unit 306 Society, or pay online here:

Questions? Feel free to contact Karlene Harvey at grunt gallery at 604.875.9616 or

Nov 28, 2013 UPDATE: We are currently at $5,500! Donate today and help us reach our Legacy Fund goal!

Thank you to our grunt gallery Legacy Fund Contributors!

Rosanne Bennett | Marie-France Berard |  Heather Bradfield | Ann Buttrick | Maggie De Vries | Karlene Harvey | David Khang | [In memory of] Dan Kibke | Kiss & Tell| Kiss & Tell | Kristin Krimmel | Judy McNaughton | Donald Lindsay | Lorna McParland| Lorna Mills| Al Neil & Carole Itter| Audain Foundation For The Visual Arts | Abraham Rogatnick | Danielle Peacock | Glenn Alteen | Peter Alteen | Deanna Bayne | Bobbi Kozinuk | Cheryl L’Hirondelle | Elaine Jong | Phillip Beeman | Anonymous | Archer Pechawis | Barbara Seamon | Bo Myers | Callow Insurance | Charlotte Townsend-Gault | Cornelia Wyngaarden | Dana Claxton | David Khang | Deanna Bayne | Devon Smither | Donna Hagerman | Ed Varney | Erin O’Brien | Esther Chetner | Fae Logie | Fiona Mowatt | Georgia Scott | Haruko Okano | Heather Bradfield | Innes Yates | Jay Thompson | Jayce Salloum | Jo Cook | Joanna Maratta | Karen Kazmer | Kate Hennessy | Kate Lancaster | Kathleen Ritter | Kevin McKenzie | Krista Lomax | Lara Fitzgerald | Linda Gorrie | Lora Carroll | Lorna Brown | | Marcia Pitch | Marusia Petryshyn | Mary Ann Anderson | Meagan Kus | Pat Beaton | Paul Armstrong | Paula Jardine | Polly Bak | Raine McKay | Rebecca Belmore | Robert McNealy | Robert Watson | Roslyn Belle | Sachi Yamabe | Sharyn Yuen | Sheldon Howard | Skai Fowler | Susi Milne | Sylvia Roberts | Terry Ewasiak | Veronica Plewman | Winston Xin | David Khang | Roslyn Belle | Marcia Pitch | Julie Voyce

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