The Mennonite Archival Information Database (MAID) is a project of the Mennonite Historical Society of Canada. We welcome contributions to the work of maintaining and improving MAID from individuals, organizations and businesses that share our vision of providing access to photographs of Mennonite life from archival collections. Here's how to contribute:
Archival partners provide resources to maintain and upgrade MAID. Partners also provide MAID's photographic content . We invite historical organizations with significant Mennonite photograph collections to consider becoming partners. Partnership requires a one-time entry fee and the sharing of ongoing maintenance and improvement costs. If you are interested in becoming a partner, contact us. See a list of current partners.
Visionary supporters are individuals, organizations and businesses that contribute $1,000 or more on an annual basis. Visionary support allows MAID to innovate and expand our vision. Those who wish public acknowledgement with their logo and a link to their website from our home page will be listed. If you are interested in becoming a visionary supporter, contact us.
We welcome contributions to the work of maintaining and improving the database from individuals, organizations or businesses that share our vision. Those who donate $250 or more annually who wish public acknowledgment and a link to their website will be listed. If you are interested in becoming a supporter, contact us.
Individuals wishing to make gifts to MAID can write cheques to the "Mennonite Historical Society of Canada." Donations over $10 will receive a charitable receipt. Donors of $100 or more annually who wish public acknowledgement will have their name(s) listed.Cheques should be mailed to:
Mennonite Historical Society of Canada
c/o Mennonite Heritage Archives
500 Shaftesbury Blvd.,
Gifts can also be made through PayPal:
William Schroeder (1933-2013) memorial gift, 2013
Cost recovery fees for photographs ordered online go directly towards the upkeep of the database.