The Foundation supports three national science- and technology-based museums in their goal to inspire Canadians – especially youth – to celebrate Canada’s proud history of innovation and to become tomorrow’s scientists, engineers, entrepreneurial innovators, and science literate citizens.
To make all of this possible, we need the support – personally, corporately – of Canadians like you, both today and tomorrow, to ensure a rich future of science and innovation for all of Canada.
For more information on the Ingenium Foundation, please visit ingeniumfoundation.ca or call 1-800-288-0471.
ABOUT THE FOUNDATION
The Foundation supports the onsite and outreach activities of the three museums – the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum, the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, and the Canada Science and Technology Museum – as they tell the human stories of Canadian innovation.
Within the Museums, the Foundation helps to fund programming, exhibitions, and the artifact collection. Outside the Museums, the Foundation supports national travelling exhibitions, distance classroom education, and accessible web activities, including web and mobile apps.
What sets us apart is our rich collection of Canadian science and technology artifacts that are the foundation for our hands-on programs, interactive exhibitions, and national outreach. With our unparalleled collection and our ongoing transformation to becoming a digital organization, we like to say that the three Museums are 'where the past meets the future'.
What People Are Saying
"As a teacher, I want to personally express my gratitude for the incredible contribution you have made with regard to our students’ interest in science. . . . In disadvantaged neighbourhoods, these types of activities allow students to enjoy enriching experiences while broadening their horizons."
— Jean-Michel Petit, Teacher, Read More
"To the donors who make this Fellowship possible, I want to say thank you so much. One of my goals when I found the Public History program was to get into a museum environment and some day - as a sparkly, diamonds-on-top goal - I could work at the Canada Science and Technology Museum."
— Phoebe Mannell, Garth Wilson Fellowship recipient, Read More