How Does The Museum Use Your Donations?

Preserving Artefacts

Saving Photographs for Future Generations

Educating the Public

Introducing History to Our Children

Preserving the Aircraft of the Royal Canadian Air Force


Remembering our Local Heros

Upgrading Exhibits

Having Fun

The Comox Air Force Museum is a Non-Profit Organization: Your Contribution Does Make a Difference.

Here’s how you can help!

Financial contributions can be made in person at the Museum or by clicking the Canada Helps button to the right. Tax receipts are provided for any donations over twenty dollars and/or for the assessed value of the artifact.

Items of Interest to the Museum Include:

Log Books, Air Force artefacts, 409, 414, VU33, Snowbird, 40 and 442 Squadron Artefacts, Uniforms, Medals, artefacts from Prominent West Coast Airmen, Photos ( include as much information about the photographs and the donor as possible at time of donation), and Squadron History Books.

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Did You Know?

Primary funding for the care and preservation of our artifacts comes from donations and grants to the Comox Valley Air Force Museum Association (CVAFMA) and the majority of the artifacts on display in the Comox Air Force Museum were donated by the public.

If you would like to donate an item, please contact us.