DMM 2022 Fundraising Event
Historically, the Dorothy Molter Museum has hosted an in-person Annual Fundraising Dinner in Ely, Minnesota to support the operation and financial sustainability of the Museum as an historic resource. Out of an abundance of caution, the Museum will once again host an online auction allowing for greater geographic and physical accessibility for participation in this annual event.
About Dorothy Molter Museum
The Dorothy Molter Museum preserves and interprets Northwoods wilderness heritage through learning opportunities inspired by Dorothy Molter, the last non-indigenous resident of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).
The Museum strives to inspire the next generation of Northwoods stewards to make a significant contribution toward a better world through Dorothy’s legacy of perseverance, integrity and generosity.
As we continue to remember Dorothy and keep her spirit alive, we strive to embody the same principles that she espoused:
Perseverance: To maintain long-term sustainability in an ever-changing social, political and financial climate.
Integrity: To maintain the highest degree of historical accuracy and visitor satisfaction.
and Generosity: To be a positive, active and contributing member of the diverse communities we are a part of.
In-kind & Monetary Donations
Hand-beaded Jewelry Set (yellow)
Northern Toboggan Adventure Package
Northern Toboggan Company
Two-day Rental for Two
Piragis Northwoods Company