The London Heritage Farm Society is a non-profit organization that, together with the City of Richmond, preserves, restores and maintains the London Farmhouse and the surrounding 4.06 acres of land (collectively known as London Heritage Farm).
The intent of the Society is threefold: to collect historical objects that reflect the lives of pioneer Richmond farm families, and the London family in particular, during the period 1880 to 1929; to collect historical objects associated with farming during the period 1880 to the 1940s; and, to preserve London Heritage Farm.
The London Heritage Farm Society includes members with a wide variety of interests and skills. If you are interested in helping to maintain and restore this heritage jewel of Richmond, meeting new people and/or contributing to your community, then the Society would like to hear from you!
To get an idea of the volunteer opportunities in London Heritage Farm’s on-going activities (activities that occur throughout the year) and special events and projects (one- or two-day events or short-term projects), please check out the detailed information on the Volunteer page.
The Society is incorporated under the Society Act of British Columbia and registered with Revenue Canada as a charity for the purpose of tax-deductible donations.
Donations of money received by the London Heritage Farm Society are used to maintain the farm house, provide additional buildings/articles of interest to visitors, ensure the house is accessible to visitors, enter into partnership in farm-related projects, and more.
Monetary donations are gratefully accepted and a tax receipt can be issued by request upon receipt of the donation. Your donation can be used for a stipulated project or purchase in keeping with London Heritage Farms Collections Policy. Donations of artifacts or items of interest to London Heritage Farm are also welcome.
Interested in Helping Out or Making Donations?
If you are interested in being a member of the Society and/or making a donation, please complete the Enquiry Form below and click “Submit”. For further information, please call (604) 271-5220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Comments or questions are welcome.