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Donations from Casa Loma

Every month we receive many requests for donated admission passes from hard working groups and charities. Unfortunately the volume is such that we are
unable to fulfill all requests.

The following is an outline of our charitable giving policy:

  • Must be a registered not-for-profit charity
  • Must be located in, or benefit residents of Toronto
  • Requests must minimum of six weeks in advance of event
  • Only successful requests will be contacted

Casa Loma will not provide donations to:

  • Individuals
  • Political organizations
  • Religious organizations

Organizations may only receive one donation per year.

  • Donations to be limited to 25 family passes per month and will be filled in order of requests received that meet our criteria

Our mailing address:
Casa Loma
1 Austin Terrace
Toronto, Ontario
M5R 1X8
Canada

For all eTicketing questions or problems:
email  [email protected]

For all questions about Casa Loma, our email address is:
[email protected]

For questions about job opportunites at Casa Loma, our email address is:
[email protected]

Reach us by telephone or fax:
Telephone: 647-725-1822
Fax: 416-923-5734
   
Kelly Ng
Controller
647-725-1830
[email protected]

Brian Cormier
Director of Operations
647-725-1822
[email protected]

Ildiko Bekesi
Gift Shop Manager
647-725-1834
[email protected]

Joan Crosbie
Curator
647-725-1826
[email protected]

Katie Inverarity
Director of Marketing
647-725-1827
[email protected]

Tina Katz
Catering Manager
647-725-1832
[email protected]

City Council’s Vision for Casa Loma

  1. Casa Loma’s programming, curatorial focus and interpretation fully reflect its Edwardian heritage, tell the story of Toronto in that era, and reflect the imagination, energy and innovation present in Toronto in the early 20th century.
  2. Complementary programming, heritage walks, signage and marketing create a heritage precinct that links the Casa Loma estate to Spadina Museum and the City Archives, two important City assets in the neighbourhood.
  3. A refreshed visitor experience and stimulating heritage tours attract a greater number of Torontonians to the Casa Loma estate.

Casa Loma Mission Statement

To operate a financially self-sufficient heritage attraction and hospitality venue that tells the story of early 20th century Toronto to city residents and visitors alike in a leading edge, educational and entertaining fashion.