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Donate Artifacts

The Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf mandate is to preserve our Deaf History, Culture, and Sign Language.   Contact us if you have items to our collection at  the DEAF CULTURE CENTRE.  Most items will have a value attached, and you may be eligible to receive a charitable tax donation receipt in the amount of your gift.   Contact Us
Thank you for your generosity and kindness to contribute  artifacts that will expand and enrich our Deaf Heritage Collection.


The design of this quilt was made from a Canada Geese pattern and was hand sewn by a group of Deaf quilters.  Created as a fundraiser for the opening of the DEAF CULTURE CENTRE, triangles were sold, signed, and sewn together representative of the Deaf Community.











This Single-Hand Alphabet poster is over 100 years old.    It started out at Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf in Belleville, and ended up at an auction house.


Purchased at auction, and donated to the DEAF CULTURE CENTRE.










Brass work Door knobs were created for the original site of the DEAF CULTURE CENTRE.