As a private, non-profit educational and historic organization, we rely on the generous support of donors, members, grant reviewers and volunteers. We won’t lie, financial support is one of the most important factors in how we make decisions regarding exhibit availability and programming. With those who knew Dorothy becoming more rare as time marches on, it becomes increasingly more important to expand our reach as the only organization dedicated to keeping Dorothy’s story alive.
Your contribution – no matter the form – allows us to stay committed to our mission of inspiring the next generation of Northwoods stewards with Dorothy’s story.
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Amazon Wish List
The Dorothy Molter Museum has created a “wish list” through Amazon.com for items that staff need to keep the museum running smoothly. Ink cartridges, printer paper, cleaning supplies and bird seed are commonly used products that are included on the list. By selecting a wish list item (or comparable product), Amazon will arrange to ship it directly to the museum! To view the museum’s wish list click here.
Wilderness First Responders’ Fund & Scholarship Program
Dorothy was always concerned with the physical well-being of others and gave freely of her medical knowledge to all who came her way. As a way to give back to the community that supported Dorothy, the Dorothy Molter Memorial Foundation (Dorothy Molter Museum) will award one scholarship per year up to $1,000.00 from the Wilderness First Responders’ Fund. This scholarship is funded by contributions made from staff, board, volunteers, members and guests of the Dorothy Molter Museum. Scholarship availability will be promoted to Ely Area residents interested in enhancing their medical expertise in the following ways:
• Certification in nursing, emergency medical services, wilderness medical services
• Recertification/renewal of training
Every year the museum holds a canoe raffle featuring a Minnesota-made Wenonah Canoe. This year is the first year we’ve sold all 1,010 raffle tickets! This year’s raffle featured a Spirit II with the drawing held Saturday, October 29, 2016. Congratulations to this year’s raffle winner Benjamin from Falcon Heights, MN!