Ours to explore. Ours to share. Ours to protect.

Help create a new regional park!

A new opportunity has arrived at Cape Roger Curtis on Bowen Island.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to conserve a large and rare piece of iconic west coast waterfront backed by a maturing upland forest. It offers a wide variety of outdoor experiences to the visitor and a chance to enjoy a restorative nature experience right on the doorstep of the Metro Vancouver area. There will be a particular focus on providing opportunities for people of all abilities and means to enjoy a waterfront experience in this area of natural abundance. 

Please join with us to make this vision a reality. Donate Now.

Our Programs

Our programs are designed to connect people with nature, protect parklands, and nurture nature.

Connecting People With Nature

Bus-Grant-Recipient

At Metro Vancouver Regional Parks Foundation we recognize that every year, thousands of people with financial barriers are not able to visit our regional parks. Why? Because there is no funding to charter a bus.⁠

With your help we can connect even more groups to the beauty of nature found in Metro Vancouver Regional Parks. Donate today – any amount goes directly towards the funding of a trip. A $500 donation makes the dream of a chartered bus a reality. Your donation can and will make a difference.⁠

 

“The park was so beautiful, the air was fresh, the physical exercise and the nature mentors’ kindness and sense of humour all contributed to such a joyful experience.” – SHARE Society, Bus Grant Recipient

The Power of Parks

0 % of Canadians said that parks have become more important to their mental health during COVID-19.
0 people visited a Metro Vancouver Regional Park in 2021.
0 % of Canadians said parks are important for their physical health.
Learn How We Strengthen the Power of Parks