Ways to Donate


ONE TIME GIFT

You can help Canadian men and their families dealing with prostate cancer by making a single gift of any amount. You’ll receive an official tax receipt immediately by email and the money will be directed to research, education and support programs across Canada. Donate now.

 
GIFT OF SECURITIES

Prostate Cancer Canada gratefully receives gifts in the form of securities such as stocks and mutual funds. Determining when and how to make a gift of securities and which securities to donate, will depend on your personal situation.

If you are considering making a gift via the transfer of securities please download and print the form below to use with your security transfer.  For more information please contact Guy Yerama at 416-441-2131 ext. 250 or guy.yerama@prostatecancer.ca

 
MONTHLY GIVING

A monthly gift is a powerful way of showing your support. By making a small gift once per month, you’ll be providing consistent support for important programs. You will receive a receipt once a year in February and you can stay up to date on the progress your support is making with our monthly digital newsletters and annual paper newsletters. You can suspend, change or cancel your monthly gifts at any time. Donate now.

 
IN MEMORY / IN HONOUR

Making a gift in someone’s name is one of the most meaningful things anyone can do. The recipient of your choice will receive a letter suitable for the occasion. You will recieve an official tax reciept immediately by email and you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you’ve made a difference in the lives of Canadian men diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Donate In Memory.
Donate In Honour.

 
FUNDRAISING EVENTS

Are you hosting an event and would like to make it extra special by helping others? Consider fundraising for men and their families currently affected by prostate cancer. We can provide you with the tools, support and tips to help you make your event a success.
Find an event.
Host your own event.

 
LEGACY GIVING

This is the way to have the most impact in the fight against prostate cancer. Legacy gifts left to research, support and education programs in the form of bequests, capitol asset transfers, annuities or life insurance policies can make a significant and positive impact on those living with prostate cancer. Find out how you can help and also benefit from tax savings at the same time through several legacy giving options. For information, please call 1-888-255-0333.

 
DONATE A CAR

Donate A Car Canada accepts vehicle donations for Prostate Cancer Canada. Donate a car, truck, RV, boat, motorcycle or other vehicle to Prostate Cancer Canada. We provide free towing in many areas across Canada, or you can drop off your vehicle to maximize your donation. When you donate your car, it will either be recycled or sold at auction depending on its condition, age and location. Donate A Car Canada will look after everything to make your donation easy for you to support Prostate Cancer Canada. DONATE NOW and Prostate Cancer Canada will send you a tax receipt after your car donation is complete!

 
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE & INFORMATION

To give by mail, download a donation form, print it, and mail it along with your gift to:
 
Prostate Cancer Canada
2 Lombard St, 3rd Floor
Toronto, ON M5C 1M1

Monthly Giving Form

Single Gift Form

In Memory / In Honour Form
 
Gifts of Stock / Securities

For information or to make a donation by phone, please call Prostate Cancer Canada:
(416) 441-2131 OR 1-888-255-0333

 
 


 

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