This sounds like a worthy project for aviation history fans (nothing to do with CAHS, though).
As a founding member and Director on the Board of the Calgary Mosquito Society since its very first meeting, I would like to ask you to join us for...
THE GREAT MOSQUITO VICTORY DRIVE!
On 15 October 2008, Richard de Boer gathered us in a conference room at the Calgary International Airport and we all created an organization which helped save two precious Second World War combat aircraft in Calgary. We have almost reached our goal and we need your help to secure this deal permanently.
If everyone can donate $ 100 or more to our cause, we will have fulfilled our official City of Calgary financial requirements before the deadline of August 2014 and, thus, the rare wooden de Havilland Mosquito bomber and Canadian-built Hawker Hurricane fighter will be preserved forever in Alberta.
Please consider donating online in just a few minutes through ATB Financial who will add 15 % of your donation to our cause, and make our dream come true!
The results will be quite amazing: your $ 100 donation will become $ 115 through ATB Financial, and the City of Calgary will match this amount 1 to 1 so the CMS will receive $ 230 in your name. But this is not over yet: you, the donor, will receive a tax receipt of 50 % of your donation so, $ 50 will get back to your pockets while we get $ 230 in total. In the end, everybody wins!
ATB FINANCIAL = https://www.atbcares.com/causes/124-813195658RR0001
You can also send cheques or money orders directly to our organization at http://www.calgarymosquitosociety.com/donation.htm
The Calgary Mosquito Society
c/o Richard de Boer, President
# 1021, 3235 - 56th Street N.E.
Calgary, AB, T1Y 2X7
Let us all make this project worthwhile by securing our legal obligations to the City of Calgary once and for all. We are almost there and we can make it happen!
Dr. Stéphane Guevremont
Director on the Board, CMS