Migration Museum Foundation

Share your legacy for generations to come


The Migration Museum Foundation was established in 1999 to support the History Trust of South Australia’s Migration Museum. The Foundation is proud to have reached the conclusion of its 21 year campaign, whereby donations acknowledged with 2880 inscribed pavers have created the Museum’s ornamental Settlement Square installation. This place of lasting recognition gives an uplifting sense of the huge contribution made by migrants from all over the world to South Australia.

The Foundation has so far raised almost $1 million in support of the Migration Museum, including a number of gold and silver level donations. The Foundation is deeply grateful to all donors over the past 21 years for their generosity and interest.

Its not over. Lets not lose our migration history. Lets take the past into the future. Lets make sure new generations can appreciate our special migration stories!

Help us to take the Migration Museum to new heights.

Help us to refurbish the galleries with dynamic and engaging presentations and 21st century impact.

Help us to support the Museum to keep collecting and telling your migration stories – from individuals, families and communities.

If you would like to make a contribution to this vital work, donate here. All gifts are tax deductible.

The Migration Museum Foundation Patron is Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Governor of South Australia.

Image of the Migration Museum Foundation's The Immigrants. Photo: Andre Castellucci
The Immigrants. Photo: Andre Castellucci

If you would like to know the story of the Foundation’s statue The Immigrants please read our blog.