The Walrus Thanks You

The Walrus Foundation is a registered charitable non-profit with an educational mandate to support writers, artists, ideas, and debate on matters vital to Canadians. View our 2013 Donor Report to find out how philanthropic gifts enable us to fulfill this mandate. Call (416) 971-5004 or visit thewalrus.ca/donate to make a donation today.


Publisher’s Circle

Benefactors $50,000 & up
  • Aeroplan
  • Aimia
  • CAPP
  • Chawkers Foundation
  • Enbridge
  • La Fondation Emmanuelle Gattuso
  • Government of Canada through the Canada Periodical Fund
  • Labatt
  • Ontario Media Development Corporation
  • Ontario Trillium Foundation
  • RBC
  • Gretchen & Donald Ross
  • Slaight Family Foundation
  • Suncor
  • TD Bank Group
Patrons $25,000 & up
Associates $10,000 & up
Mentors $5,000 & up
Fellows$1,000 & up

Friends of The Walrus Up to $1,000

The Walrus Campaign for Optimistic Canadians

The Walrus Foundation salutes community leaders who have made substantial, multi-year commitments to the Walrus Campaign for Optimistic Canadians. We acknowledge with gratitude the following donors, who share our belief in provocative long-form journalism, innovative ideas, and continuing the national conversation.

Lead Visionary Donor
Visionary Donors
Champion Donors
Ambassador Donors

* indicates our valued monthly donors; † indicates gift-in-kind donors

The Walrus launched in September 2003 with a straightforward mandate: to be a national general interest magazine about Canada and its place in the world and to present the best work by the best writers and artists, on a wide range of topics for curious Canadians. The Walrus is published by the charitable, non-profit Walrus Foundation, which is dedicated to supporting writers, artists, ideas, and to creating forums for conversations on matters vital to Canadians. We achieve these goals by publishing The Walrus magazine ten times a year, curating the national series of Walrus Talks, organizing leadership dinners, and posting original, daily content at thewalrus.ca. The foundation also trains the future leaders in media, publishing, and non-profit development.