Support Lougheed House

Winning numbers from Spirit of Christmas Cracker raffle:

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Prizes have been delivered to the lucky winners. Thank you for supporting Lougheed House!

As an independent charity and non-profit, Lougheed House Conservation Society relies on community support and raises over 50% of its revenues annually to continue to provide its programs and services to visitors. Supporting the operations of the House this year has never been more crucial or necessary to the ongoing mission of the House as we navigate the uncertainties in earned revenue that has fluctuated through these trying times.

We need your help to be part of the solution, ensuring that Lougheed House can continue to provide the cultural and community experiences so necessary to a life well lived in our city. Please consider a donation, of any amount, to help ensure the lasting impact of the good work being done through our programs, services, exhibits, events and Gardens.

To make your tax-deductible donation, you can:
– Complete the printable Donation form and mail it to 707 13 Avenue  SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0K8
– Call us at 587-894-0766
– Give online via CanadaHelps.

Please consider becoming a monthly donor if you are able.

Lougheed House issues an automatic tax receipt for your charitable donation of $20 or more and will send a receipt for a lower amount upon request. 

We are grateful for the community’s ongoing support to ensure we continue to share stories of Alberta’s compelling history and strength of community with visitors.

There are many ways to help!

You can:

How your donation helps Lougheed House:

Your contributions have a direct impact on what Lougheed House offers to the community and the culture of Calgary!

Donation of Artifacts

Donation of Heirloom/Vintage Items


Contact us confidentially and directly at 587-894-0766.

Lougheed House – 707 13 Avenue SW Photo: Chris Stutz /