Support 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.

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.

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Thank you for making a financial donation to Lougheed House and for helping to innovate, interpret and explore the many dimensions of our past, while fostering a dialogue about our future.

If you would like to learn more about the impact of your generosity, please email Elizabeth Reade, Senior Manager, Development: ereade [at]

Elizabeth would love to meet you in person or speak with you by phone.


Donating to the collections or the gift shop:

Our gift shop sells donated vintage china, tea sets, and more. We would love to accept your donated vintage items for the gift shop. To enquire about making a donation of this sort, please contact our guest services team at: guestservices [at]

The Lougheed House collection primarily collects items that are related to Senator and Lady Isabella Lougheed, their immediate family, or their time spent at Lougheed House. We also collect items related to the Dominion-Youth Training Program, Canadian Women's Army Corps, or Canadian Red Cross Society, also related to their times here. To enquire about making a donation to the Lougheed House collection, please contact our curatorial team at: ebenedictson [at]


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