At an event hosted by HMML's Board of Overseers on Monday, December 9, 2013, the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library publicly announced its most ambitious fundraising campaign in its 48-year history. Over 60% of HMML's $16.2 million goal has already been raised during the "quiet phase" of the campaign that began in July 2008.
This campaign will make four major goals a reality:
"These initiatives will insure HMML's place as a world leader in the photographic preservation of manuscripts as well as an exceptional place to conduct manuscript research," said HMML Executive Director Fr. Columba Stewart, OSB.
Click on the red ribbon buttons found throughout the website to learn more about the Campaign for HMML. For further information, please contact Director of Development Erin Lonergan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 320-363-3095.
The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library in Collegeville, Minnesota, preserves handwritten manuscripts around the world and makes the digital images freely available in an effort to understand and protect the history of humanity.