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Fort Edmonton Foundation CARES

Expanding the accessibility of Fort Edmonton Park to children and youth facing social or economic challenges.

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Preserve Edmonton’s History

Help Fort Edmonton Foundation continue to support capital projects and initiatives at Fort Edmonton Park.

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Help us raise $15,000 to support Fort Edmonton Foundation, CARES - expanding the accessibility of Fort Edmonton Park to children, youth, schools, community groups.

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Goal $11,000,000

Raised $3,000,000

For information about Fort Edmonton Park including current hours and programming, please click here to visit their website. 

Welcome to the Fort Edmonton Foundation, an Edmonton charity.

The Fort Edmonton Foundation is a charity in Edmonton that raises funds, with community support, to bring capital projects and other initiatives to Fort Edmonton Park

The Fort Edmonton Foundation was founded in 1969 by a group of community leaders, many of them Rotarians. It was formed to help preserve the history of Edmonton, and these visionaries created the first Master Plan to build a living history museum on 158 acres of riverfront property. Over the past fifty years, donations to the Fort Edmonton Foundation have enabled Fort Edmonton Park to be built and expanded to encompass distinct historical eras including the fur-trade era, 1885 Street, 1905 Street, 1920 Street, and more recently, the Indigenous Peoples Experience.

Today, Fort Edmonton Park is Canada’s largest living history museum. It recently underwent a $165 Million enhancement project with funding from all three levels of government and the Fort Edmonton Foundation. The Foundation’s Community Capital Campaign supported funding for the new Indigenous Peoples Experience, 1920’s-style Midway expansion, new front entry plaza and guest services area, and many other enhancements.

Who We Are

Naming Opportunities within Fort Edmonton Park

Put your mark on Fort Edmonton Park! The Fort Edmonton Foundation has many naming opportunities available within the Indigenous Peoples Experience, 1920s Johnny J. Jones Midway, or various other locations in the park. Consider putting your name on an entire facility, or on a building, exhibit, game, ride, or trail. There are many naming opportunities to choose from.

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See Yourself in Edmonton’s History

Help the Fort Edmonton Foundation Preserve the History of Edmonton!