We are please to announce that we have received our charitable status. All donations over $10.00 will now be eligible for a tax receipt.
Donor Recognition

Many of our devoted donors and volunteers have worked together to build the Cabbagetown Regent Park Museum. Over the years, their efforts and contributions have expanded the Museum’s collections and created exciting display spaces and exhibitions. Today, more than ever, we need support to sustain the Museum's legacy of oral history and community building for generations to come.

We would like to thank some of our generous partners and donors:

Individual Donors

Adams, Don

Adams, Gwen

Allen, Violet

Bailey, David

Biggs, Dinny

Chadwick, the late Fran

Clark, David

Clark, John & Nina

Clark, Natalie

Coltrinari, Helen

Crewe, Tom

D’Cunha, Dr.

Dew, Christopher

Dineen, Diane

Dineen, Paul and Gina

Dobson, Dave

Keith Ellison, 74 Amelia St., M4X 1E1

Fenton, Connie Melling

Fleming, Barbara

Fortier, the late Pierre

Georgieff, Dave

Gibson, Sally

Horiszny, Irene

Horiszny, Kathleen

Horney, Mary

Hughes, Ellen Ragen

Irving, Al

Kearney, Joseph

MacLean, Diane

McBurney, Margaret

McCauley, Robert

McKenty, Catharine

Miller, John "Corky"

Moore-Ede, Carol

Myers, Rollo

Nichols, Jack

O’Halloran, Raquel

Penno, Maureen

Rico, Vivian

Santilli, Gladys

Schertzer, Tony

Schirmer, Sheila

Scoda, Arthur & Lynda

Smith, Rolande

Stapleton, Bill b.1916-2008

Stapleton, Judith

Stephens, Laurie

Stevenson, Leah Claire Zoya

Stransman, Sophie

Taylor, Lynn Stapleton

Vaughan, Michael

Wagner, Ruth

Ward, Gail

Waterhouse, Sandy & Alan

Watson, Grace

Yeates, Steve

Kurtin, the late Peggy

Corporations, Businesses & Foundations

Cabbagetown Arts & Crafts

Cabbagetown BIA

CHIN – Canadian Heritage Information Network


Daniels Corporation

Hudson’s Bay Company

McKenty Foundation

OMA – Ontario Museums Association

REC Demolition

Toronto Community Housing Corporation

Toronto Police Services Board

YCW – Young Canada Works


Earl Grey Senior Public School

La Société d’histoire de Toronto

Lord Dufferin Public School


Ovens Picture Editing Inc.

Regent Park Christmas Party

Regent Park Community Health Centre: Pathways to Education

Regent Park Diversity and Settlement

Regent Park Film Festival

Regent Park FOCUS

RPNI – Regent Park Neighbourhood Initiative

Ryerson University

Service Canada

Spruce Court School

Toronto Police Services Board

Toronto Police Services, 51 Division Community Outreach Project

University of Toronto

University of Waterloo

Whimsical Productions

Winchester Jr. Sr. Public School

York University Department of Education





Heritage Canada

General Supporters of Events, Book purchases etc.

Abraham, E.

Bethelsen, Richard

Body, Stephen

Bullen, Joy


Gallant, Kate

Grubb, Linda

MacDonald, Richard

MacIntyre, Pam

Neilson, Paula

Nickerson, Elspeth

Pretlove, David

Rico, Vivien

Rose, H.

Thomas, Shellie

Warden, Diane

Waterhouse, Alan and Sandy

Wilson, Marjorie

Wray, Susan

Local Business Supporters

Ben Wicks


Sushi Today

Steam Whistle

Star Nails

Via Verde

Auction Donors

Medieval Times



Four Seasons Hotel

Bill Stapleton

Gail Ward

Dave Georgieff

Maureen Penno with her collection of dolls.