Your donations keep our doors open
You can make a donation online through CanadaHelps, a registered charity that makes giving simple. Regular, predictable donations to the Barbra Schlifer Clinic will help us guarantee women free legal, counselling and interpretation services.
Help build a better tomorrow, today by making your gift monthly.
Approximately 6% of the Clinic’s expenses go toward our fundraising initiatives; we are lean and are committed to using the funds we raise efficiently to serve as many women as possible. We are committed to transparency. For more detailed information on how we use the funds you generously donate, please either view our Audited Financial Statement or visit our page on the Canada Revenue Agency site.
When you choose to make a charitable gift, you’ve considered the importance of a life free from violence for future generations of women and children. We would be pleased to work with you and your advisors to arrange a planned gift that best suits your goals.
More than just a legal document to distribute your personal assets, a Will is also a powerful tool to make change in the world. By leaving a gift to Barbra Schlifer Clinic in your Will, you can make a bigger contribution than you thought possible. The truth is, just a small percentage of your estate left to charity can have a big impact, while still leaving the majority for loved ones.
Other Ways to Give
Donate by Phone or Mail
Donate a Car
Items we have received in the past include gifts of art, items donated by corporations, vacation properties for loan, services and gift certificates.
The success of the Barbra Schlifer Clinic is built on sound partnerships. Regardless of how you choose to get involved, your support will go a long way in helping us to end gender-based violence. Below are some of the ways you can become involved with the Clinic.
The Annual Tribute is on hold.
Join the Ambassador Circle
The Ambassador Circle is comprised of a group of individuals focused on raising awareness and funds through events to support the elimination of violence against women.