Support & Donate

 Miigwech! Niawen'kó:wa! Ekosani! Thank you! Merci!

We are so excited to introduce you to our new gallery at 5425 av Casgrain. Our spacious new, light-filled galleries, workspaces and offices are on the ground floor. Your generous donation has allowed us to purchase furnishings to make this space comfortable and welcoming.

We have purchased: sofa, desks & desk chairs, a long table & chairs, club chairs & small tables, lamps, kitchen & dining wares, & for the exhibition area: a tool chest  with tools to fill it, shelving to hold the audio visual equipment all of which complement the items generously donated by Prefix Gallery. 

Your donations have allowed us to purchase all these things (and more)!

Your support will help daphne to meet our objective of creating a safe, welcoming exhibition and meeting space where strong, supportive relationships can be built. 

Any size donation is welcome!

Here are some of the things your donation will allow us to purchase (watch our social media for updates!) :

5$ - buys a mug for tea (to sip when you visit)
10$ - buys some brilliant beads (for our weekly beading sessions)
25$ - buys a hammer and nails (to put up some art)
40$ - buys a nice lamp (the better to see the beads!)
50$ - buys an ergonomic stacking chair (and we’d like 30!)
100$ - buys a table (for our meetings and our feasts)
250$ - buys a tool chest on wheels
500$ - buys a desk and a proper chair (for our Executive Director!)
1000$ - buys a cozy couch
2000$ - buys a computer plus software
5000$ - buys track lighting (very expensive!)

Please go to our GoFundMe page to make a donation!

You can also support daphne by becoming a member - see our membership page for more details.

Nia:wen! Miigwetch! Merci! Thank you!

We gratefully acknowledge your support!

GoFundMe campaign donors
Conseil des arts de Montréal
Canada Council for the Arts
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec

daphne operates on unceded lands. We are proud to be a part of this urban island territory, known as Tiohtià:ke by the Kanien’kehá:ka and as Mooniyang by the Anishinaabe, as it continues to be a rich gathering place for both Indigenous and other peoples.


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