Walk of Honour
The Walk of Honour is an exciting new initiative to raise funds
to complete Project Ojibwa and also offer an opportunity to honour
loved ones, and recognize military and community service. The Walk
of Honour will be created at the museum's Sub Station
Ojibwa site in Port Burwell, Ontario. Our new satellite
location provides the space to execute a plan long on our wish
list. You can show your support for the museum's efforts by buying
bricks as a family, business, organization or individual.
The walk will be composed of engraved granite bricks. Make
your purchase now to get the funds working immediately. Our
goal is to sell 10,000 bricks which will create a unique memorial
and generate a significant contribution toward Project Ojibwa.
|Some samples of
bricks that have been purchased to date.
Each memorial brick will be made from granite and can include a
maximum of three lines with 25 characters, spaces and punctuation
per line. Single Bricks (8" X 4") are available at $125.00 and
Double Bricks (8" X 8") at $250. As a registered charity, the
Museum will issue official tax receipts upon receipt of funds.
Orders for bricks can be placed with the Elgin Military Museum
by mail, email or by calling the museum. Payment can be made
by credit card, cheque or money order. Debit card purchases
are available in person at the museum.
For more information about ordering bricks, click on the How to
Helping us will help others in the future
The Elgin Military Museum is a not-for-profit charity. We
need your support to obtain the sub and build the facilities.
Once it is in operation, we know that it will be a tremendous
success. We will donate a portion of the surplus from the
on-going operation of our Sub Station Ojibwa to charitable
organizations benefitting veterans and their families, local
museums and cultural organizations.
here to download the flyer.