Reddick Mansion in 2016
Appearance of mansion at this time
Lighting damage to chimney
Damage resulting from lighting strike
Renovations and plaster repair
Plaster damage under repair

Upcoming Events

Date Events
May
06
May
13
Readings with the Author - Radium Girls
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NPR Kate Moore Interview
June
24
Historical Photo
Scavanger Hunt
Info Coming Soon
July 15
& 16
Quilt Turn Down
Info Coming Soon

 

Donations & Reddick Mansion

Through the many years that the Association has been in existence, the citizens of Ottawa have been generous with their time and donations.   It is because of this generosity that the Mansion has been able to maintain superior, quality restoration.

EVERY DONATION IS APPRECIATED AND WELCOME!

 

Monetary Donations

Endowments ($10,000 or more)
The donor’s photo will be displayed. 
Click here for the current list.

Tribute Name Plates ($1,000 or more)
The names of the donors or businesses are engraved on a brass plaque displayed in the foyer on the main floor. 
Click here for the current list.

Donors (Any amount up to $1,000
Click here for the current list.


Donations of Furnishings

The Association has very few items that were original to the Reddick household. However, an earnest attempt has been made to restore these period rooms as they were during Reddick’s ownership, circa 1875. We would not have been able to do so without donations from many generous people. Click here for the current list.


Our Wish List

For those who wish to contribute to the mission of the Reddick Mansion Association and its operation, you might consider donating something on our wish list. The value of such donations may be tax-deductible – please consult your tax professional. Click here for the current list.


Volunteer Opportunities

The Reddick Mansion Association is operated by a small group of dedicated volunteers.  We are always looking for more volunteers to assist us as docents (tour guides), gardeners, event helpers, etc.  If you are interested in donating your time, please contact the Reddick Mansion Association at 815-433-6100. Click here for a description of the different volunteer opportunities.


A Final Word

We continue to be grateful to those individuals who have contributed in any way to the restoration efforts and look forward to new and continued involvement of interested parties. The Reddick Mansion is a unique reminder of days past and a cornerstone in the history of Ottawa.

PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION !