Get Involved

As a volunteer, non-profit organization, Fredericton Heritage Trust has no paid employees and no guaranteed source of revenues. The various projects and activities carried out by the Trust are funded by our modest annual membership dues, donations, publications sales, special events and occasional grants and sponsorships, but are largely realized through the dedicated efforts of board members, our general membership and volunteers.


Join us to help preserve our shared heritage in Fredericton. We have charitable status and welcome your support.

NEW! Membership in the Fredericton Heritage Trust also includes the opportunity to join the Association Heritage New Brunswick/Association Patrimoine N-B and the National Trust for Canada at no extra charge! 

Fredericton Heritage Trust (FHT) is a volunteer, non-profit, charitable organisation dedicated to promoting the preservation of the natural, historical, and architectural heritage of the Capital Region of New Brunswick 

Association Heritage New Brunswick/Association Patrimoine N-B (AHNB / APNB) preserves the history and heritage of the province by uniting, promoting and advancing the aspirations of all workers in the heritage and cultural fields both voluntary and professional, their supporters and other heritage and cultural organisations.

FHT’s institutional membership in the AMBHNB entitles its members to become affiliates of the AHNB.

Pay for your membership online using the PayPal button below.

Do you wish to be an affiliate of the AHNB?
Do you wish to be a member of the National Trust for Canada?

Or, please print our application form, fill and return it to us along with your contribution at the address at the bottom of the form. Fredericton Heritage Trust will be very grateful if you could make a donation. A receipt will be issued for income tax purpose.


The Trust is run by volunteers, and we welcome more participation.

Volunteers have many opportunities for:

  • researching the history of a building
  • assisting with public meeting planning
  • helping with record-keeping
  • gathering new ideas for the website, workshops, and other activities
  • reviewing others' websites
  • developing Trust publications
  • serving on the Board
  • writing articles
  • liaising with relevant organizations
  • distributing publicity materials

If you are interested please complete this volunteer form.

Other ways to help out