Many have come forward over the years to preserve the precious few acres of Stanley Park.
When the park was hit by a devastating windstorm on 15 December 2006, people from around the world stepped up to help. The restoration of Stanley Park was an intensive two-year process which would not have happened without donations from those who care about the park.
The City continues to accept donations to support Stanley Park's new Forest Management Plan. Even the smallest donations add up to make a big difference.
Did you know?
Donations to municipalities are tax deductible.
Tax receipts will be sent by mail for all donations of $25 or more. Tax receipts for gifts under $25 are mailed on request.
Learn more about Stanley Park
Vancouver's Stanley Park is a world renowned park and tourist attraction. Learn more about what to see and do in this magnificent green space.
In December 2006, a devastating windstorm struck Stanley Park creating a crisis situation that required a massive clean-up and restoration plan.
Taking action to protect Stanley Park
After the 2006 windstorm, we're working hard to protect Stanley Park with the Ecological Action Plan. See our progress in the video below.
Be part of the plan: tell us what is most important to you about Stanley Park.
Contact Fundraising and Development
Vancouver Park Board
2099 Beach Ave
Vancouver, BC V6G 1Z4
Ways to donate
There are several ways to make your donation.
- In person
- By mail