From 1917 to 1972 Parkwood Estate was the home of Sam & Adelaide McLaughlin, philanthropist, autobaron and founder of General Motors Canada. Built in 1917 their 55 room, 15,000 square foot mansion sits on 9 acres of manicured lawns and gardens in the heart of Oshawa. Dedicated as a National Historic Site, Parkwood is now a museum offering guests an opportunity to step back in time ???????
In the beautiful loggia is a mural depicting???????? covering the entire north wall. Unfortunately, the passage of time has taken its toll and we need to act now to save the mural before it is lost.
Through our Sponsor A Mural Panel Program you can help to preserve this important piece of Canadian history. You can choose to sponsor a $50 or $100 panel and as a way to say thank you for your support you may choose a Parkwood image from the options below that will be plaque mounted and sent to you.
Be a part of this important community project and help to conserve and restore the Mural. Each panel costs either $50 or $100 and you can have the panel's sponsorship attributed in one of several ways; In Memory of someone, in Honour of Someone, or by simply giving your name. Choose your panel number and provide us with the name you would like listed on the virtual sponsorship wall. All donations will receive a tax receipt.
As a way to say thank you for your support you may choose a Parkwood image from the options below that will be plaque mounted and sent to you.