Metaphysical contributions are always warmly received! If you’d like to discuss the areas that most need support at this time, please contact the Camp director.
Online donations: If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation with your credit card over our secure internet connection, please click here to go to our Online Donation page for Canadians, or click here for our Online Donation page for Americans. Please include a brief note indicating the nature of your donation, and any other information or instructions you’d like us to have.
Donations by mail: Donations to the General Fund are the most flexible source of revenue, allowing the Directors and the Board to apply these funds wherever the need is greatest. Donations directed towards a specific activity, such as camperships or a special project are also very welcome! All donors will receive a tax receipt and our sincere gratitude! Camp Bow-Isle is a Registered Charity — #13232-1621 RR0001 in Canada, and Friends of Camp Bow-Isle is a Registered US Non-Profit.
- US Residents: Please make your check payable to Friends of Camp Bow-Isle, and mail to: Friends of Camp Bow-Isle, c/o Robert Osborne, 14923 SE 183rd Street , Renton, WA 98058.
- Canadian Residents: Please make your cheque payable to Camp Bow-Isle and mail to: Camp Bow-Isle, 871 Green Road, Bowen Island, BC V0N 1G2
Gifts of stocks and securities: are also very much appreciated. Please contact Camp Bow-Isle toll-free (877) 943-2442 or local (604) 947-2500 for more information on how to proceed with these gifts.
Estate planning, charitable trusts, remainder trusts: We are always pleased to be aware of your estate plans when they include Camp Bow-Isle. We also have many friends and professional resources who can help you to establish an estate gift of any size and may be able to offer advice on how to minimize estate taxes and maximize your gift to Camp and other charities and family members. Please contact us for more information.
Gifts of Airline Mileage: are always appreciated and can be used to help get campers to BC in the summer and/or to offset Camp representative’s travel expenses to Camp Shows.