CANADIGM needs your help.
As a not-for-profit group we depend on donations and sponsorships. This is what enables us to document, duplicate and bring into the public domain important parts of Canadian history.

Our project entitled the Souterraine Impressions, is currently under way. It involves documenting, researching and recreating images and carvings made in 1917 by Canadian soldiers sheltered in an underground cave in France prior to the Battle for Vimy Ridge. These First World War soldiers etched into the chalk walls to pass the time, but also to leave behind something by which to be remembered – something which has never before been fully documented.

CANADIGM’s goal is to recreate these carvings and to find out more about the men who did them. This work will culminate in a cross-country travelling exhibition beginning in 2015 and leading up to the Battle for Vimy Ridge centenary in 2017.

Needless to say, costly and specialized equipment is required for this kind of work, as well as travel expenses, exhibit costs and logistical considerations. Your donation or sponsorship assistance will have a real and direct impact on preserving these historic and very personal images for present and future generations of Canadians.

We’d be delighted to discuss our various sponsorship levels and explain how and where your organization will be recognized for its support.

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