Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo

Thank you!

Thank you to our generous donors who have joined us on our mission to celebrate and honour those who serve. 
We would also like to express our sincere gratitude to those who wish to remain anonymous.


For annual gifts of


Allan G. Spilsbury

Anne Tobias – in memory of David Charles Tobias

Barbara MacLeod

Brian O’Brien

Brian Titus

Carole Thompson

Deepak Prasad

Gary A. Crandell

Gary A. Miller

Gary Garnett

Jack MacIsaac – in memory of The Honourable John Buchanan

Janet Shirley

Jean Hanlon

Jennie & Marty King – in memory of Vera Swain

Maria J Smiley

Patrick Bohan

Port of Halifax

Rodney Sauveur

Terry Ryan

The Old Triangle


For annual gifts of


Alan Connelly

Anne Laybolt – in honour of Peggy Corkum

Anonymous – in memory of Abbigail Cowbrough Sub Lt. (N)

Harry W. Brown

Harvey Morrison

Jack MacIsaac

Juergen & Louise Riedel

Scott Long


For annual gifts of

$1,000- $2,499

Bob Wilkins

Christopher Hopgood

Dr. Colin Dodds

James P. Davis


For annual gifts of

$2,500 or more

Col (Ret’d) Alexander MacDonald

Maj (Ret’d) George L. Pearce

McCallum Bagpipes & Bruce Gandy Music

All giving categories are updated monthly and based on gifts, both financial and in-kind, received since January 1, 2020. Your support is extremely important to us and we make every attempt to ensure accuracy of information. Please contact us to let us know of any errors or omissions.

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.

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