As a non-profit organization, donations make up a large portion of our funding and are critical to our operation. We are always grateful for any contributions that can help us further preserve and promote Boundary history, as well as donations of new artifacts. As a registered non-profit organization, all donations are fully tax deductible.
Want to support us? Consider an online donation!
We are always looking for volunteers to work on a number of fun, meaningful projects; typical project goals include constructing new buildings, restoring artifacts, assisting with exhibits, and running children’s programs. Below are some examples of past projects that volunteers have completed:
Interested in helping out, or have an idea for a new project you want to initiate? Contact us to get involved.
Becoming a member of the Boundary Museum & Interpretive Centre is a great way to get more involved, and stay informed on what we doing. The cost is $12/person or $20/Family annually, and you can submit it either in person, or by mail. Under the Boundary Museum Society’s Constitution & Bylaws Amended April 26, 2010;
Part 2 – Membership Clause #9: “All members are in good standing except a member who has failed to pay his/her current annual membership fee or any other subscription or debt due and owing by him/her to the Society and he/she is not in good standing so long as the debt remains unpaid. The membership year shall be the twelve (12) month period from date of purchase.”
Part 3 – Meetings of Members Clause #10.(1): “The annual General Meeting of the Society shall be held at such time and place in accordance with the Society Act, as the directors decide. Only those members who have paid their dues 21 days prior to the annual General Meeting shall be entitled to vote at the Annual General Meeting”.
To submit by mail please download and fill out our membership form.