Your support makes it possible for the Museums of Burlington to bring people together and provide multi-faceted opportunities for visitors to explore and learn through educational programs, special events, in-house and travelling exhibits. Your gift enables the Foundation to help sustain the Museums and continue to support our community’s history and culture.
We are currently completing the Joseph Brant Transformation Project, which is now our priority. Your gift and support will enable us to complete this project.
Community museums like the Joseph Brant Museum and Ireland House Museum hold the key to our past but also offer unique opportunities to shape our future. Our museums play a vital role to serve, lead and build a culture-rich community, contributing to making a positive impact on our quality of life. Make a donation and help us engage audiences, inspire thinking and deliver rich experiences. Every gift matters!
Make a general one-time donation – $25, $50, $150, $300 – or what you are able to contribute.
Become a monthly donor – your contribution of $10, $20, $30, $70 or more will go a long way in support of the museums.
If you prefer to mail a payment, our address is below.
Cheques can be mailed to:
The Burlington Museums Foundation
2168 Guelph Line
Burlington, ON L7P 5A8
Securities can include stocks, mutual funds, segregated funds, bonds, flow-through shares, and employee stock options. You can give now, or as part of your estate and will planning.
Leave a legacy through planned giving and bequests. A planned gift is your opportunity to leave a legacy of lasting impact on history and culture in our community.
Contact us to learn about these opportunities or other ways to support the Burlington Museums Foundation.
For legal and financial transactions with the Foundation, please use our full legal name, Burlington Museums Foundation.
The Burlington Museums Foundation is classified as a “qualified donor” for charitable gifts, and as such is afforded the same privileges as a charitable organization under the Income Tax Act; the Burlington Museums Foundation is not required to have a special charitable number. Donations over $100,000 will require a Donor Agreement. Personal information on this form is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, SO.2001 & 25 and will be used for the administration of the Fundraising Campaign for the Renovation and Expansion of Joseph Brant Museum.