The Treasury welcomes with open arms all financial donations big, small, and in between; one-off or regular direct debits. Your support is meaningful to us in our mahi/work and has the power to impact current and future generations.
Donations over $5 are tax deductible.
The Treasury's collections are nothing without the many people, organisations and businesses who have donated their records, photographs, family trees, letters, books and other treasures to our archives over the years. Do you have taonga/treasures you believe belong at The Treasury? Please consider donating them for safe keeping in our award-winning, state-of-the-art Archive facility.
If you had early family in this region, please consider filling out a Pioneer Family Register Form for us to add to our archives. The Pioneer Family Register Form is a two-page PDF designed to be printed and either posted to us or scanned onto a computer to email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact us if you would like to talk this through.
Inspired by Jim Archibald of Tourism Coromandel (where the founding Board of The Coromandel Heritage Trust were initially holding their meetings), The Club of 64 was developed in 2012 to recognise the generous donation of $6,400 each from, what was originally to be, 64 donors, to enable construction to commence of our $1.1m world-class Archive. However, during the promotion of The Club of 64, in 2013 The Coromandel Heritage Trust received notification from Lottery Environment & Heritage of a colossal $360,000 grant which allowed the Trust to immediately hit the go button on construction.
The Coromandel Heritage Trust’s current Board plans to breathe fresh life into The Club of 64 and, during 2022, a multi-tiered philanthropy programme will be launched. Contact us to talk about joining The Club!
Our heartfelt thanks to the 29 donors to The Club of 64:
Ian Hopper & Cath Cowan
Ian & Judy Vedder-Price
David & Lynn Brown
Morrie & Geraldine Dunwoodie
Gilbert & Anne James
Gary & Cheryl Meek
Doug & Alison Driver
Anna, Erica & Mark Dunwoodie
Pat & Margaret Nankivell
Coromandel Town History Research Group
David & Ruth Hughes
Hauraki-Thames Indexing Group
M.J. & Sue Edens
Brian and Robyn Revell
Bernard & Sandra Goudie
Rotary Club of Thames
Vince & Pat Mravicich & Family
Grant and Barbara Edgecombe
Anne Stewart Ball
The Treasury’s doors are open to both physical and remote visitors. You can explore our abundant collections in person; or you can engage our skilled research team to assist you or even to do all the research yourself; and as more and more of our collection is catalogued and digitised, in the future our whole Archive and Reading Room resources will be accessible and you will be able to research virtually.
This quote was the opening statement of The Coromandel Heritage Trust’s successful 2013 application to Lottery Environment & Heritage which was the final enabler of the Archive build. Daring to dream is what has created the Archive we see today at The Treasury.