The mission of the Kilby Heritage Society is to meaningfully engage with past, present, and people to create a place of connection and wonder for all, and to continue creating a thriving, inclusive, and accessible future.

Your financial donation will help make this possible! Your donation helps enrich lives, inspire a sense of wonder, and deepens our understanding of British Columbia’s heritage.

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How to Donate

In order to operate we depend on funding from the Province of BC, various grants, revenues generated from site operations, and, of course, donations!

The Kilby Heritage Society has spent the last 25 years making ends meet, and from this, we know that every dollar counts. If you believe in the work we do, please support us, and help us continue to do this work to the very best of our ability.

We always place the highest priority on improving visitor experience, so your donations are first and foremost dedicated to public access, engaging learning opportunities, and moments of connection. Donations also help us pay the bills, care for this beautiful historic site, and hopefully retain our incredible staff.

Donations of $25 or more are eligible for a tax receipt. Charitable donations are not only good for us, but for you too! Take advantage of federal and provincial tax credits. Visit to calculate how much of your donation can end up back in your pocket or help reduce your taxes.

If you would like to donate online, click the “Donate now” button above, otherwise, you can fill out the donation form below:

Phone: 604-796-9576
Fax: 604-796-9592

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