The Hillcrest Museum in Souris, Manitoba was formed in 1967 when a group of local citizens purchased the former home of Fred and Maud Sowden to establish a museum that would preserve and exhibit the rich history of the development of the community. They then formed the Souris Hillcrest Community Corporation Inc. as a registered charity to operate the museum. If you are interested in volunteering your time to help out, email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know about your interest.
Hillcrest Museum is grateful for the donations and support of the community nearby and at large. To support the museum with its ongoing projects and operating costs, donations can be made out to Hillcrest Museum and mailed to P.O. Box 1287 Souris, MB R0K2C0. Local residents can also make donations through Donors Choice.
Manitoba Heritage Trust Program
The Manitoba Heritage Trust Program, administered by the Winnipeg Foundation, aims to attract public and private funding and provide long-term, sustainable revenue for community projects and organizations, with a special emphasis on heritage organizations. An endowment fund has been created for Souris Hillcrest Community Corporation Inc. with the Souris Glenwood Foundation. The Winnipeg Foundation provides an official charitable tax receipt for all gifts. This program runs until March 31, 2021. Further information is available online at Manitoba Heritage Trust Program.
Ways to give to Souris Hillcrest Community Fund:
- Phone 204-944-9474 (toll-free: 1-877-974-3631) with your credit card information;
- Securely on-line by credit card at
- By cheque made payable to The Winnipeg Foundation.