Pembina - Manitou Area Foundation
Mission Statement:
To administer a perpetual fund designed to benefit the communities within the Rural Municipality of Pembina by identifying community priorities and assisting local charities and worthwhile projects.
 
What is a Community Foundation?
A community foundation is a philanthropic organization established and primarily as a permanent collection of endowed funds, the earnings of which are used for the long term benefit of a geographically defined community.
 
A community foundation is an independent tax exempt, incorporated body and cannot be controlled directly or indirectly by government at any level, corporations, associations and their members or individuals.
 
Pembina - Manitou Area Foundation
The Pembina - Manitou Area Foundation Inc. was incorporated August 6, 1997. It is officially registered with Revenue Canada as a tax exempt Public Foundation and has been allotted a charitable registration number.
 
The governing body is composed of area volunteers that represent the communities within the Pembina Municipality.
 
This Foundation is structured primarily as a permanent collection of funds which are invested and earnings used to fund local charities and address community priorities.
 
How can you give?
A gift to the Foundation is an ongoing expression of gratitude to one's community and represents a desire to benefit future generations.
 
You may contribute in several different ways:
  • a gift or pledge of money
  • a bequest in a will
  • a gift of life insurance naming the Foundation as beneficiary
  • a gift in memory of a relative or friend
  • a multi-year pledge
  • an interest free loan for a specific period
To Donate Please mail to:
Pembina - Manitou Area Foundation Inc.
Box 535
Manitou, MB
R0G 1G0