Giving Tuesday Now is a global day of giving and unity that will take place on May 5 as an emergency response to COVID-19. Museums, galleries, and cultural organizations across the province are facing unprecedented financial pressure due to the COVID-19 shutdowns. If you are in a position to make a donation, doing so will have a huge impact and will let an organization in-need know that they are supported by their community.
To learn more about how cultural organizations across the province are responding to adversity with creativity and resilience, we encourage you to explore the hundreds of online cultural offerings on CultureOnline.ca.
Arts Council of New Westminster: When you make a donation to the Arts Council of New Westminster, you’re not just supporting the arts — you’re making our community a more healthy and vibrant place for everyone.
BC Sports Hall of Fame: Dedicated to helping build outstanding community legacies by honouring the past, recognizing the power of reconciliation and inspiring bright futures for Indigenous athletes, coaches, sports leaders and communities.
Bill Reid Gallery: Your generous support allows us to mentor young Indigenous curators, highlight emerging talent in our exhibitions, and host programs led by young and inspiring voices.
Boundary Museum & Interpretive Centre: Our mandate is to: collect, research, preserve, exhibit, and use for educational purposes, artifacts relating to the human and natural history of Grand Forks and the Boundary area.
Britannia Mine Museum: Your generosity will help to ensure that, when the virus is gone, we can continue to offer visitors of all ages the unique, entertaining and memorable educational experiences that Britannia Mine Museum is famous for.
Cowichan Valley Museum & Archives: The Cowichan Valley Museum & Archives works with communities to share their stories and knowledge. As caretakers of history and heritage in our region, we collect, present and advocate for the tangible and intangible culture of the Cowichan Valley.
Historic Joy Kogawa House Society: Help Historic Joy Kogawa House make its mark – as a literary landmark and a symbol of hope, healing, and reconciliation for all Canadians.
Museum of Vancouver: Your support directly strengthens the reach and impact of the work we do and we are dedicated to providing a deeper understanding of Vancouver through stories, objects and shared experiences!
Nanaimo Art Gallery: Your donation to the Gallery makes a significant difference. Financial contributions from individuals and businesses are vital to sustaining our programs and keeps the Gallery accessible to everyone—admission to exhibitions are always free.
New Westminster Museum and Archives: The New Westminster Museum and Archives strive to enhance knowledge and deepen understanding of the City and its diverse peoples – from the First Nations cultures to the multicultural community of today – by illuminating past events, exploring current issues and facilitating conversations around future possibilities.
Penticton Art Gallery: The Penticton Art Gallery exists to exhibit, interpret, preserve and promote the visual, artistic and cultural heritage of Indigenous Peoples and of Canada; to educate and engage the public on local, regional and global social issues through the visual arts.
Revelstoke Railway Museum: As a non-profit charitable organization, we rely on the support of our amazing volunteers, members, and donors like you.
Science World: Donate now to ensure that when the virus is gone, Science World is still igniting wonder and empowering dreams.
Two Rivers Art Gallery: Two Rivers Gallery is a vital centre for visual art in Prince George and the central interior of British Columbia, Canada.
Vernon Public Art Gallery: If you are in the position to give, please consider the Vernon Public Art Gallery. This day of action will unite people around the world, celebrate the power of human connection, and help strengthen communities and non-profit organizations.