The next public meeting for the Elevator/Renovation Project will be
Thursday, December 20th at 6:30 p.m. at the Deaf Club.
This project is a joint collaboration between the Thompson Hall Deaf Club Board of
Trustees and Deaf Equity to save Thompson Hall. The goal is to build an elevator to
make Thompson Hall accessible for all! This meeting is open to anyone who wants to
support the future of Thompson Hall (Deaf, Deafblind, hard of hearing, hearing,
CODA’s, ASL students, all are welcome!). The committee will be giving updates and
reports on the project. For those of you unable to attend, the meeting will be live-streamed
here on our page!
Follow this page and invite everybody who may be interested!
If you need to request accommodations,
please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 1,2018.
We now have GOFUNDME account: Save Thompson Hall
*If you wish to use a credit card, please use the GoFundMe, Donate Today!
Pledge Form for Thompson Hall Elevator/Renovation Project
Complete this form if you wish to donate to Charles Thompson Memorial Hall Renovation & Elevator Project.
By completing this form, you are authorizing to have a direct payment from your bank account (checking or saving) into an account that is specifically for the renovation and elevator project. The MN Deaf Club Renovation & Elevator Project Account is set up at Hiawatha National Bank in Hudson, Wisconsin, a deaf owned bank. The funds donated will only be used for the project and be monitored by both the Board of Trustees at Thompson Hall and Deaf
Equity Board. When funds are withdrawn from the account to pay for project expenses; both presidents, Herman Fuechtmann of Thompson Hall and Darlene Zangara of Deaf Equity are required to co-sign the check. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at email@example.com. Thank you for your support!
Interested in volunteering or joining the communication tree, please complete the Google Form below, otherwise e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to volunteer. Thanks!