Tickets for Organizations
Process for requesting complimentary admission tickets
- Applicant organizations are required to write a letter to the Museum requesting complimentary admission tickets. The request must be on the organization’s letterhead and contain the following information:
- Organization name;
- Organization address and telephone number;
- Charitable number (if applicable);
- Contact name and contact information;
- Number of tickets requested, to a maximum of 30;
- Estimated date of visit;
- Brief description of the benefit it will provide to those receiving the admission tickets.
- To be eligible for complimentary admission to the Museum, organizations must meet the following criteria:
- The organization must be not-for-profit;
- The organization must directly serve communities in need, which may include: newcomers to Canada; marginalized youth; families struggling to overcome poverty; survivors of domestic and other forms of violence; and persons with disabilities.
- Applicant organizations must agree to have their organization’s name displayed for future marketing purposes, e.g. The Museum's website or print material.
- Tickets are for general admission only.
- Not all applications will be approved. Tickets will be provided on a first come, first served basis, based on the estimated visit date.
- Requests must be submitted at least one month prior to the estimated visit date. Complimentary admission tickets will be made available for pick-up at the Museum’s ticketing desk prior to or on the day of the visit.
- Requests from individuals will not be considered. Requests intended for fundraising purposes or as incentives for staff or volunteers will not be considered.
- Request letters can be addressed to Community Access Tickets and can be sent by email to: email@example.com or by mail to: Community Access Tickets, 85 Israel Asper Way, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 0L5.