DONATIONS

Gavin Lake Forest Education Society relies on donations from the public to keep our doors open and continue to bring youth out to the forests to learn and recreate.   The generous donations that we receive help us reach our goal of providing grade 6 classes in BC School Districts #27, #28 and #74 with a three day ALL EXPENSES PAID outdoor school program.   Donations also allow us to provide a BELOW COST venue to schools, youth or non-profit groups for fundraising activities, workshops, gatherings and recreation.  

 

Make a monthly contribution to support our efforts year-round, or show your support today with a one-time donation.  You can contribute by clicking the Donate Now button below or emailing Mike at mtudor@xplornet.com.  All contributions are tax-deductible, and go towards the outdoor school program or new infrastructures required for camp.

Another way to donate to Gavin Lake is by simply dropping your bottles off at the Williams Lake Return-it Depot (232 MacKenzie Avenue South).

You do not have to sort your bottles, just drop off your empties in a bag and tell the cashier that you want to donate the money to the Gavin Lake Forest Education Society.  All money raised will go to funding our outdoor school program.

THANK YOU!

We want to express our heartfelt thanks for the donations that we received in 2019.  Your generous donation will go a long way in helping bring youth outdoors to learn, explore, appreciate and conserve our natural resources.

2019 GOLD SPONSORS:

  • Cariboo Woodlot Education Society

 

2019 SILVER SPONSORS:

  • Cariboo Regional District

  • West Fraser

  • Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society

  • Western Community Foundation

  • Tolko

2019 BRONZE SPONSORS:

  • Williams Lake Lions and Lionesses

  • Williams Lake Return-It Depot

  • Lake City Secondary

  • Kylar Enterprises

  • Williams Lake Daybreak Rotary

  • Provincial Employees Community Fund

  • Canada Helps Organization

DIRECTIONS:

From the South
Turn east (right) at 150 Mile House onto the Likely Road (150 Mile House is 14 km south-east of Williams Lake on Highway 97).  After 4 km, turn left onto the Likely Road where it forks with the Horsefly Road and follow it for 44 km.  The Gavin Lake Road is on the right and is marked by the Gavin Lake Forest Education Centre and UBC/Alex Fraser Research Forest signs.

From the North

Turn east off of Highway 97 at McLeese Lake (approximately 45 km north of Williams Lake) onto Beaver Lake Road, and continue for 3.3 km. Turn right onto the gravel portion of Beaver Lake Road. Follow this route until it meets the Likely Road (approximately 35 km). Turn north (left) and drive for 6.7 km on the Gavin Lake Road.

CONTACT:

Mike Tudor - Camp manager

Email: mtudor@xplornet.com

Telephone: 604-629-9859

 

The Gavin Lake Camp is situated on the traditional territory of the Northern Secwepemc te Qelmucw.