Donors make Willowbank Happen
Willowbank is evolving and growing for a more sustainable future.
Support our Students
Your donations to Willowbank support our aim of making education accessible to the best and brightest in heritage conservation, regardless of their financial position.
Entrance scholarships have enabled three years of students to attend Willowbank, and they will go on, as graduates, to have a lasting impact on the conservation world.
Financial Aid Goal
There is power to the site. Seeing layers of history — having Willowbank itself as a case study—creates a deep connection to what students are learning.
Class of 2013, Heritage
Fundraising Goal $75,000
The project will benefit Willowbank by increasing our institutional capacity to deliver the curriculum as well as preserving this heritage building. The goal of this project is to modify the east wing into a multi-purpose classroom and workshop space. In 2021 we are moving functions of our lower campus to our upper campus.
This adaptive reuse project will make this section of the building into a hands-on learning space for stained glass, plaster and monument conservation as well as stone carving. The exterior of the barn will also be painted, which will conserve and maintain its original wood siding.
We are a not-for-profit, independent institution that believes that our heritage matters and how we interpret, build and conserve our places matter too!
Willowbank brings together a School and a National Historic site into one place where students are immersed in cutting edge experiential learning that is based on traditional techniques and knowledge.
We need supporters who share our vision to help support our development as an institution and as a leader in the fields of heritage conservation and cultural landscape theory.
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Contact our sponsorship team
Monetary donations can also be sent to:
14487 Niagara Parkway P.O. Box 212
Thank you in advance for your generosity and contribution. Your donation to Willowbank further supports the education of extraordinary graduates in the heritage field and also assists us to maintain the property as a living history site for the students to conserve and the public to enjoy.