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Your Donations Help!

Our schools are richly connected to the community and our community is strengthened through the children and youth in our schools.

At New Westminster Schools, we are deeply grateful for the support of individuals and organizations whose generous donations – big and small – help support our programs and schools in ways that enhance opportunities for learning.

Your generosity helps support scholarships and bursaries; bolsters our playground equipment for children, enhances school meal programs, enriches our athletics and music programs, and more.

If you would like to make a financial donation to a specific school, program or initiative, or as an unrestricted gift to New Westminster Schools, we invite you to take advantage of our new, easy-to-use online module here:

GO TO: New Westminster Schools Online Donations

Should you prefer to write a cheque, please make it payable to School District No. 40 (New Westminster)) and address it to 811 Ontario Street, New Westminster, BC. V3M 0J7.

New Westminster Schools (School District 40) is a registered Canadian charity. All donations in excess of $20 are eligible for a tax receipt.

New Westminster Schools thanks you!

Highlights at New Westminster School District 40

Good Things are Happening: 2020-21 in review

Good Things are Happening: 2020-21 in review

It was a remarkable year, to say the least. Take a few minutes to see all we were able to achieve together. more

Outdoor Covered Play and Learning Centres at four schools

Outdoor Covered Play and Learning Centres at four schools

These new spaces are immediately providing students and staff greater ability to learn outside ... and they're a great long-term investment in supporting our schools. more

A tale of three (award winning) teachers

A tale of three (award winning) teachers

Celebrating the achievements, as recognized by three outside organizations, of some of the amazing teachers who work in New Westminster: Carmen Woo, Kristie Oxley and Barb Paul. more

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