Donations Make Landfall Programs Possible!

Heritage Lost, Fowler House, which is no longer standing, with Kent Cottage, 1953, photo by Jake

Sponsor A Residency*? Landfall artist residencies are provided free of charge. A 2-week residency costs the Trust $1,700. An artist honorarium may cost an additional $1,500 (just to assist with travel expenses). Your $120 tax deductible donation will support one-day of a 2-4 week writer, musican or artist resdency. Thank you!

Might you or an agency you work with co-sponsor a residency and assist the Trust to expand its unique seasonal residencies? Please contact us with your thoughts.

Donate Now Through!Canada Helps: Your donation* makes Landfall's programs possible.¬†While the Trust derives limited revenue from annual operations, this falls considerably short of the funds necessary to maintain the property and historic structures, to run its cultural and heritage programs and achieve long term sustainability.  

Landfall Endowment Established

In November of 2010, the Landfall Trust Board of Directors in cooperation with the trustees of the Folensbee Estate established the Bradley Jacob Folensbee, Jr. Landfall Legacy Endowment. 

Dedicated to the preservation of Landfall and the historic Kent Cottage, the Endowment earnings will ensure the Trust's long-term sustainability. Will you help the Trust conserve this remarkable corner of Newfoundland history?

To make a tax-deductible donation* to the Endowment today, please click on the Sponsor A Residency or Canada Helps links above or forward your donation to: The Landfall Trust, P.O. Box 21378, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1A 5G6, Canada. Thank you!

Purchase a Landfall Trust Artist-in-Residence Artist Fine-Art Print


The purchase of a Landfall artist fine-art print supports
the Trust and its programs. Proceeds from the Gerald Squires print, Kent Cottage at Landfall, supports long-term conservation of Landfall's Kent Cottage.

Proceeds from Jake's Mid-Century Brigus Scenes (sample: Yesteryear at right) are contributed to the Landfall Legacy Endowment.

To purchase a fine-art print, please visit our Landfall Press page.

Right: Yesteryear, Brigus, 12 x 20" watercolour, BJF, 1963

Thank you...

Elinor G. Ratcliffe, C.M., O.N.L., through the Gill Ratcliffe Foundation, contributed $1,000 to the Trust. The funds are the first to go into the Bradley Jacob Folensbee, Jr. Landfall Legacy Endowment and are matched by the Folensbee Estate. Earnings from the Endowment support the preservation of Landfall's historic Kent Cottage ensuring the continuation of Trust programs for the study and practice of the arts and cultural preservation.

Gerald Squires for the creation and donation of the water colour Kent Cottage at Landfall. Released as a limited edition print, the proceeds from the sale of the print support the Trust's Kent Cottage conservation efforts and program offerings.

Kevin G. Sullivan, FCA of KPMG, St. John's, and Aubrey L. Bonnell, Q.C. of Curtis Dawe, St. John's, for in-kind advisory services establishing the Bradley Jacob Folensbee, Jr.Landfall Legacy Endowment.

The Trust also gratefully acknowledges the contributions of:

  • The many volunteers who have made their "time, talents and treasure" available in support of the Trust and its programs.
  • Ron and Patrica Burke for their unfailing oversight of the Landfall facilities from 2008-2012.
  • The Folensbee Estate, whose founding support made the Landfall Trust possible.

To contact the Landfall Trust...

You can contact us by post in care of the The Landfall Trust at P.O. Box 21378, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1A 5G6, Canada or contact us by email.

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*The Landfall Trust, Inc. was incorporated, under the Corporations Act of Newfoundland and Labrador, in March of 2005, Canadian Revenue Agency Registered Charity. No.839156544RR001 . Tax deductible receipts will be issued for all donations over $10.00.