We appreciate all your support

There are many ways that you can help to support the efforts of the Montreal Irish Monument Park Foundation and principle among them is to make a donation to help fund the design and construction of the memorial park.

It is important to note that all of the participants, directors and advisors are all unpaid volunteers who simply believe in our vision of a proper memorial to preserve the sacred ground that the Black Rock both marks and protects and to commemorate the oldest monument to the Great Famine in the world.

Close to 100% of all donations will go directly to the project with only a small percentage to cover administrative expenses and marketing.

We need champions from all walks of life to make this dream a reality.

Will you join us?

Donations by cheque

If you would like to donate by cheque, please make your cheque payable to:

Montreal Irish Monument Park Foundation
c/o 462 rue Bourgeoys
Montreal, Quebec 
H3K 2M1

Donations ONLINE

Donate easily by credit card with PayPal without creating an account or use your PayPal account to contribute.

If you would like to donate by “Interact E-Transfer”, please forward your donation to:

Project Updates

Black Rock land ‘crucial’ for memorial park, transferred to Irish community ► Global News

By Timothy Sargeant  Posted October 18, 2023 5:04 pm Updated October 18, 2023 5:05 pm Montreal’s Irish community is celebrating what amounts to them like a seismic transfer of land, historically speaking. The Anglican Diocese of Montreal is ceding the...

Montreal one step closer to commemorating Irish mass grave site with park ► CBC News

Montreal Irish Memorial Park Foundation new owners of Black Rock monumentPierre Saint-Arnaud · The Canadian Press · Posted: Oct 21, 2023 3:00 PM EDT | Last Updated: October 21 "Montreal is one step closer to getting a commemorative park for the...

Update July 2022

The REM organization while doing an excavation for their new Montreal Light Transit system, in the area of the Back Rock hired archeologists for a particular area where the Famine Cemetery was located. These archeologists using a great deal of care and respect located...

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462 rue Bourgeoys Montreal, Quebec.  H3K 2M1