|Ukrainian Folk Arts Centre, Dauphin|
UFAC was incorporated with a mission to provide an environment for the awareness and preservation of Ukrainian heritage and culture through a self-sufficient community organization. In the 1980s the Museum site known as "Selo Ukrainia" was constructed 12 kms south of Dauphin along the north boundary of Riding Mountain National Park. The name "Selo Ukrainia", which means Ukrainian Village in Ukrainian, was adopted as the organization's trading name. This grant helps with the relocation and restoration of the Sandringham teacherage to create a new exhibit at the Museum site.
|South Bay School, Winnipegosis|
SBS was built in 1916 and destroyed by fire in 1928. It was rebuilt the following year. It was designated as a municipal heritage site in 1996. Located in the Mossey River Municipality 7 miles north of Winnipegosis, it now acts as a museum. This grant helps with the painting of the Southbay School.
|*Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg|
CMU is a University that seeks to inspire and equip students for lives of service, leadership and reconciliation in church and society. CMU is in 2 buildings at its Shaftsbury Boulevard campus, the building at 500 Shaftsbury Boulevard is a heritage building. CMU includes the Mennonite Heritage Archives which began collecting materials in 1933. The archive's mandate is to collect, preserve and help tell the story of the Mennonite people. This grant helps to purchase mobile shelving to properly store historically significant documents.