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Welcomed sponsorship and donations 

We gratefully acknowledge the continued support of the District of West Vancouver through their Community Grant Programs. 

We also gratefully acknowledge the continued support of the 6 Engineer Squadron, the City of North Vancouver, Royal Canadian Legions Branch 114, QuickNAV Boating, Dyrand Systems, Veterans Affairs Canada,, The Organization of Military Museums in Canada, the Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia) and the Lt Col JP Fell Pipe Band. Click on Image Galleries for visual information identifying some of these organizations.

The Museum Association also gratefully acknowledges the ongoing support of its Members, their partners, and  friends.

Other news about donations

In 2011 the Museum took possession of the antique sword of the late Major Percy Ward, a former officer in 6 Field Engineer Company as well as Alderman and real estate businessman in North Vancouver. Ward was one of the first recruits to join the new militia unit in 1911, later serving in France during World War I. His sword was graciously donated by his grandson Gary Silverton.

Details of this donation were made public in an article by Rebecca Aldous, North Shore News, November 3, 2010.

Donation information

The 6 Field Engineer Squadron Museum is operated as a charitable organization by the 6 Field Engineer Squadron Museum Association.

Admission to the Museum is by donation and supporting cash donations are welcome.

Donations of artifacts are welcomed and subject to the discretion of the Museum Executive.  The Museum is most interested in acquiring items relating to persons or events directly tied to the Squadron.

The Museum Association reserves the right to refuse donations of artifacts, clothing, weapons or other realia due to space considerations, limited budgets for preservation, and security concerns.