Central Okanagan Heritage Society

  • 1060 Cameron Avenue
  • Kelowna, British Columbia
    V1Y 8V3

Extra Information

The Central Okanagan Heritage Society is a non-profit Society and a Registered Charity. The Society was incorporated in 1982 and operates with a volunteer Board of Directors, and several part-time and seasonal staff. The Society operates within the geographic boundaries of the Central Okanagan Regional District.


About us

Central Okanagan Heritage Society was established in 1982 to save the Benvoulin Church from demolition. The society went on to play a key role in the establishment of Guisachan Heritage Park, McDougall House, McIver House and the building of Reid hall. The society works to educate, inspire and advocate on behalf of heritage landscapes, structures and their owners. The society has several part-time staff, and a volunteer board of directors. The society has numerous volunteer opportunities, with various committees and ways to volunteer at public events.

What we believe in

The Central Okanagan Heritage Society promotes conservation of the diverse heritage buildings and sites of the Central Okanagan through stewardship, education and collaboration for the benefit of current and future generations.

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  • Average annual contributions received

    $ 31928

    Dollars Received

    643 hours


    Causes we care about

    Arts & Culture

    Positions and Events

    Upcoming events that you can get involved with by applying for a volunteer position