For over 40 years, the Tattoo has been dazzling audiences by bringing Canada’s rich history and culture to life. As a non-for-profit and registered charity, we rely on the generous and ongoing support of donors to keep the tradition alive.
At the Tattoo, we strive to celebrate and honour those who serve. By supporting the show, you’re making a direct investment in that mission.
Your gift—in any amount—makes a real difference.
By Phone – with a credit card by calling us toll free (within Canada) at 1-800-563-1114 or 1-902-420-1114
By Mail – complete the donation form and send along with your cheque to:
6-10 Morris Drive
*For security purposes, please do not send cash in the mail. Instead, visit us in person at the address above to make your cash donation.
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To donate securities or for more information about supporting the Tattoo please contact:
Director of Development
Thank you to our generous donors who have joined us on our mission to celebrate and honour those who serve.
Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo Society
Charitable Registration #: 897866661RR0001
Mission: To honour Canada’s Armed Forces, RCMP and other first responders and to celebrate the heritage of Canadians’ contributions to national and international peace and stability.
Nova Scotia International Tattoo Foundation
Charitable Registration #: 892202326RR0001
Mission: The Nova Scotia International Tattoo Foundation is a registered not-for-profit charity. Funds raised primarily support the long-term viability of the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo by providing a stable financial base for the ongoing operation of the Tattoo and various programming. Additionally, the Nova Scotia International Tattoo Foundation aims to support projects that reflect and promote the historical, cultural and multicultural heritage of Nova Scotia and of Canada. It also contributes to and promotes a vibrant and richer performing arts community on which the Tattoo can draw.