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Constantly seeking to fulfill its mission and vision, the UST Museum was renovated in 1987 and more extensively in 1997. We are in the final phase of solving the problem of museum presentation. This brings the main problem of the Museum to light - the conservation, preservation and restoration of its collection that stands as one of the oldest and most distinguished in the country.
The first step is to look for a sufficient source of funds to address the critical need for conservation, preservation and restoration programs, if the Museum is to save the collection for future generations. Lack of space and the prohibitive costs of training, equipment and materials stand in the way of the collection’s survival.
The UST Museum is in dire need of technical assistance of experts in the fields of conservation, preservation and restoration; facilities and equipment to carry out the process; manpower training which assures the continuity of the program; and chemicals and other supplies for the conservation, preservation and restoration of the Museum’s entire collection.
The preservation of the UST Museum’s collection from the ravages of time can only be made possible with the help of our generous friends and benefactors who share with us a vision and concern for our national treasures. Your goodwill and support will go a long way toward ensuring that future generations will be bequeathed with only the best and brightest of the nation’s cultural patrimony.