Support Our Cause through Generous Donations

There are two convenient ways to support us:

Donate via Email:

Making a donation is as simple as sending an Interac e-Transfer (EMT) to Access your online banking, choose the Interac e-Transfer option, and specify the amount you wish to donate. Please include your name and contact information in the message box so we can acknowledge your generous contribution and provide updates on our commemoration projects and events.

Donate via Canada Helps:

We have partnered with Canada Helps, a trusted platform for online donations, to offer you a seamless giving experience. Click on the “Donate Now” button below, and you will be redirected to the FCCRWC donation page on Canada Helps’ website. There, you can choose your preferred donation amount and method. Canada Helps ensures that your contribution is secure and will be directly transferred to FCCRWC.

Help Us Preserve the Legacy of Chinese Railroad Workers

At the FCCRWC (Foundation to Commemorate Chinese Railroad Workers in Canada), our mission is to honor and commemorate the invaluable contributions of Chinese railroad workers to the development of Canada. We rely on the support of individuals like you who share our commitment to preserving this important historical legacy. Your contribution will help us continue our efforts to educate, promote awareness, and preserve the memory of these remarkable individuals.

The Foundation to Commemorate the Chinese Railroad Workers in Canada is a registered charitable organization (Charity Registration No. 118929397RR0001)

Your support will enable us to create educational programs, establish commemorative sites, and conduct research that honors the remarkable achievements and sacrifices of Chinese railroad workers. Together, we can ensure that their contributions are recognized and celebrated for generations to come.

Thank you for your generosity and for joining us in our mission to commemorate the Chinese railroad workers’ legacy in Canada. Your donation will help preserve an important chapter of history and promote a deeper understanding of the diverse heritage of our nation.