Thank you for giving! Your support goes a long way!
Over the years, we have successfully helped thousands of people who were struggling with issues of family conflict, family breakdown, depression, grief and loss, family violence or sexual abuse. We are here to help in time of crisis and we take pride in our long-standing service to families and individuals.
We need your help to carry out our mission of assisting people to manage with life’s challenges. Together, we make a difference.
Please note that your transaction will appear on your credit card bill as “Canada Helps” – our service provider for secure online donations.
Donate by Phone
You can also call us with your donation & credit card information: 905-845-3811
Income tax receipts will be provided for all donations of $15 or more.
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How Your Gift Helps
Thrive Counselling is committed to fundraising practices that respect donors’ rights to truthful information and privacy. We are also committed to responsible management of the funds that donors entrust to us, and to reporting our financial affairs accurately and completely.
We promise to be accountable to you by:
- Respecting your rights as a donor
- Holding your privacy in the highest regard
- Being an accountable organization
How your financial support will help?
- Your gift will be put to work immediately to provide counselling services to people in need.
- Your support allows us to reach more people at a time of crisis in their lives.
- Purchasing of arts and craft supplies and snacks for use by children who attend our programs.
A tribute gift is a great way to recognize a special occasion. It lets that special someone know that you’re thinking of them and want to share in their happiness by making a contribution in their honour. Any special occasion could work. Some popular ones are: birthdays, wedding anniversaries, new births, holiday wishes, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.
When you make a tribute gift, Thrive Counselling will send the recipient and a card acknowledging your gift. The card identifies you, including name and address but does not identify your gift amount. A receipt is issued to you, the donor, for income tax purposes.