Commemorate your family history with an engraved paver
Every migrant family has a story to share about their decision to make South Australia home.
It takes great courage for people to leave their homelands and all that is dear to them and set out for an unknown country.
All dream of a better life, greater freedoms and a brighter future for themselves and their children. All have contributed to the development and cultural diversity of South Australia.
As a supporter of the Migration Museum Foundation you honour your family heritage. A commemorative paver will be placed in Settlement Square and your family story will become part of South Australia’s migration history forever.
The Migration Museum Foundation
Established in 1986, the Migration Museum has worked with hundreds of community groups to tell their stories through exhibitions, community celebrations and education programs.
The Migration Museum Foundation was established to fund special programs at the Migration Museum. Your contribution will enable the Migration Museum to continue its important work telling the stories of South Australians and celebrating cultural diversity.
Whether your family are recent arrivals, have been here for generations, or have always called this continent home, there is a special place of honour for you at the Migration Museum.
Become a Migration Museum Foundation donor and your family name will be acknowledged on a Settlement Square paver.
Each paver will be engraved with a name, place of origin and year of arrival in Australia.
Gifts of $300 recognised with one paver
Gifts of $500 recognised with two pavers
Gifts of $1000+ recognised with two pavers and name on the Migration Museum Donors’ Board
If you are interested in becoming a supporter of the Migration Museum Foundation and would like to have yourself or your family acknowledged on a paver please print off the registration form, fill it out and send it into the Museum.
Paver closing dates for Settlement Square: 4 August 2017, 3 November 2017 and 6 April 2018
For further information contact: Suzanne Redman 8207 7570 firstname.lastname@example.org