Support Lougheed House
Your support of Lougheed House has never been needed more and although we are unable to accept in-person donations, please consider an online or postal donation.
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. 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.
The best way to support is through a cash donation online via CanadaHelps.
How to donate by mail or email: Please download a printable Donation form to complete. Mail or email the completed form and we will happily accept your donation.
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.
NEW Lougheed House Enamel Pin
Jaclyn Daw, a local artisan of Jaybee Designs and represented in The Lougheed House Shop has generously offered to sell lapel pins in support of Lougheed House during this time of funding uncertainty. You can show your support by pre-ordering / purchasing a pin at www.jaybeedesign.ca . Net proceeds of sales will be donated to Lougheed House. For further information about Lougheed House and updates visit www.lougheedhouse.com .
There are many ways to help!
- Plan a legacy gift
- Become a member
- Sponsor an event or exhibition
- Support our third party initiatives like the Enamel Pin above
Your contributions have a direct impact on what Lougheed House offers to the community and the culture of Calgary!
The Lougheed House Conservation Society looks toward the long-term sustainability of the House and its growing role as a relevant community cultural hub. Generous support from individuals, corporations, and various levels of government will play a major role in ensuring the success and significance of this upcoming milestone.
The Lougheed House Conservation Society works to build long-term sustainability of the House and its growing role as a relevant community cultural hub. Generous support from individuals, corporations, grant funding and some levels of government play a major role in ensuring the success and significance of this important civic and provincial treasure.