Support Us!


The Haliburton Sculpture Forest was created in 2001 by an inspired group of volunteers who had a vision of creating a unique destination in Haliburton that combines art, nature, recreation and education.


With over 40 sculptures and one-of-a-kind benches, and over 40,000 visitors each year, the ongoing success of the Haliburton Sculpture Forest is made possible through the generosity of donors.


Your contribution goes a long way by helping to fund the operation of the Sculpture Forest (insurance, printing guide maps, maintenance, marketing, curatorial fees), adding to our Sculpture collection or  helping us build our Endowment Fund.


You can make a contribution in a number of ways:

1. Make an online donation

PayPal: Easily make a donation by clicking here or on the 'Donate' button.

E-transfer: Make an e-transfer to

Security question: When did the Sculpture Forest open? Answer: 2001

Note donations made through PayPal or E-Transfer do not receive a tax receipt.

2. Make a donation when you visit the Sculpture Forest

There are donation boxes located throughout the Sculpture Forest, including one that is attached to the sign and map at the entrance to Sculpture Forest. Please make a contribution when you visit.


3. Make a donation to support the annual operations of the Sculpture Forest

Make a donation for $50.00 or more and receive a tax receipt. The Sculpture Forest works in partnership with the Municipality of Dysart et al. The Municipality will provide a tax receipt for any donations given for the Sculpture Forest, Make Cheque Payable to “Municipality of Dysart et al” write Sculpture Forest in the note section. Send to: Haliburton Sculpture Forest P.O. Box 210 Haliburton ON K0M 1S0 

4. Be a Celebration Contributor

Make a donation of $500. Receive a tax receipt and recognition as a Sculpture Forest Supporter,  if you make a donation of $500 in honour of someone, you will receive a tax receipt and we will recognize the person you would like to honour on our literature and our signage. Donations can be made to support operations, contribute to a new sculpture or towards the Endowment Fund. For more information:  e-mail us or  call our Curator – Jim Blake at 705-457-5278


5. Donate a Sculpture

Many of the sculptures in our collection have been made possible through donations. These donations happen in a number of ways: People can make a donations of funds with which the Sculpture Forest can purchase or commission a sculpture, or individuals can donate a sculpture from their collection. Artists donate works (an existing work or donation of time and materials to create a new work). Many of the Sculptures in our collection have been donated in honour of someone. For more information:  e-mail us or call our Curator – Jim Blake at 705-457-5278


6. Make a Bequest

Contribute to a Legacy. The Haliburton Sculpture Forest is building an Endowment Fund which will provide an annual income for the Sculpture Forest to ensure its sustainability into the future. You can make a bequest in your will,  make a one time donation or make a pledge over a number of years. Please contact us for more information on making a bequest or a legacy donation to the Endowment Fund. E-mail us or call our Curator – Jim Blake at 705-457-5278