Included in the
$2 million to be raised
is reserve funding to
ensure that operational
expenses can be
met in perpetuity.

Celebrating The Standard
Our StoryThe PlanOur GoalsWays to Give

Your donation to our
501(c)3 is tax deductible.



The plan calls for construction of a
10,000-square-foot permanent facility near the Gilmore center green.
The cost of the proposed museum and research center is $2 million and includes the following:

New Building, Architectural and Engineering Fees $750,000
Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment, Exhibit Design and Construction $250,000
Project Contingency $150,000
Reserve Fund $750,000
Campaign Costs $100,000
Total Project Costs—Campaign Goal $2,000,000

We invite the 7,000-plus current museum members as well as all friends of Cadillacs and/or LaSalles to invest in the Celebrating the Standard project with donations of cash, multi-year pledges, appreciated securities, legacy donations, memorials and other gifts. Benefactors, those who contribute $1,000 or more, will receive prominent recognition in the new facility. A limited number of naming opportunities are available for which donors will receive heightened recognition. All gifts are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Become part of the permanent Cadillac-LaSalle legacy with your contribution to the Celebrating the Standard capital campaign. Join us in this great effort to preserve the incomparable history and tradition of excellence and luxury that is Cadillac.

Three-Year Payment Options
Gift Amount
Monthly (36)
Quarterly (12)
Annually (3)
Best of Show
Brougham Society
Fleetwood Circle
Seville Eleganté
Eldorado Elite
LaSalle Legacy
de Ville Donors
Calais Club
Cadillac Contributors

Benefactors of $1,000 and above will receive permanent recognition in the new museum, free admission for immediate family members and grandchildren, and an attractive memento as a symbol of their support. A gift of $1,000 represents less than a dollar per day over the three-year pledge period.

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