Masterworks prepares for Giving Tuesday

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Art gallery Masterworks is to take part in an international fundraising event designed to explore new ways to support museums.

Tables will be set up around Hamilton to sell the museum’s 25th anniversary book and to collect donations on November 28 as part of Giving Tuesday.

Elise Outerbridge, curator and director of collections at Masterworks, said: “We’re always looking for more ways to raise funds and we have a great volunteer base that are enthusiastic enough to help us back this initiative. On Giving Tuesday there will be several ways to donate to Masterworks including a brand new ‘Donate’ button on our website or by stopping by one of our tables set up around the City of Hamilton.”

Giving Tuesday, now in its seventh year, is held the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Donation tables will be set up at the Butterfield Bank and HSBC branches on Hamilton’s Reid Street and in Washington Mall.

To make a donation to Masterworks on #GivingTuesday, visit, call 299-4000, e-mail or visit one of the tables in the City of Hamilton.

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Published Nov 9, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated Nov 9, 2017 at 6:16 am)

Masterworks prepares for Giving Tuesday

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