Support the MOA
Archaeology brings people’s stories to life and connects us to our shared human heritage, giving us a sense of place in the world.
By supporting the museum, you are contributing to MOA’s future by enabling us to continue:
- Igniting the imaginations of children.
- Training the next generation of archaeologists and heritage enthusiasts.
- Providing better access to over 13,000 years of Ontario’s cultural heritage.
- Protecting our shared cultural heritage for future generations.
Donate via Paypal, Debit, or Credit Card
Donate through our secure Paypal donation button. You can donate through your Paypal account, Debit or Credit Card!
Donate via CanadaHelps
Donate through our CanadaHelps page.
Donate via Cheque
Donations by cheque can be made payable to:
Museum of Ontario Archaeology
1600 Attawandaron Road
London, ON N6G 3M6
Other ways to support the museum:
Support the museum by volunteering your time!
Interested in donating your time, expertise, or enthusiasm, instead? We have a range of volunteer opportunities available from working with children in our education programs; working with collections as a curatorial assistant; serving in the Board of Directors; or assisting in many other ways. We are happy to put your talents and interests to work!
Visit our Opportunities page for more information about volunteer positions.
Purchase your gift cards through Fundscript
GivingTuesday is a global movement that showcases the impact we can have when we all work together in the name of social good. Giving Tuesday falls on the first Tuesday after the United States’s Thanksgiving holiday.
This year, Giving Tuesday takes place on November 28th and encourages everyone to give back to organizations in their local communities.
The museum has participated in this annual giving campaign over the past two years and thanks to the kindness and generosity of the community, we have been able to provide free educational programming, create new programming and events, and have been able to continue offering hybrid and flexible ways for the community to engage with the museum.