Monetary Donations

How to donate:

Cheques can be delivered to 131 East 2nd Street, North Vancouver, B.C., V7L 1C2

For tax receipts, please ensure that your account lists your full and correct mailing address

Canadahelps.org automatically issues tax receipts for your donation.

Charitable Impact automatically issues tax receipts for your donation.

Tax Receipt Information

North Shore Women’s Centre is a registered charity organization. Income tax receipts will be issued for monetary donations of $20.00 and above. 

 

Please note that full names and addresses are required for official Tax Receipts. If you would like a Tax Receipt for your donation, please include this information when possible, or reach out to us via email to provide it. 

Consider becoming a monthly donor

Monthly donations make a huge difference, and go directly towards our work in the community. Your sustained support helps us strengthen our organization and carry our programs and services forward.

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Your contribution's impact

Our work, at a glance

Over 1,600 bags of free emergency food and toiletries distributed annually

Nearly $8,400.00 redemption value of clothing vouchers distributed to 168 women in 2019 alone

A broad range of free and holistic health treatments, including yoga, Pilates, acupuncture, nutrition, and hair styling.

Since 2019, more than 75 women received extensive legal resources, while nearly 30 received free private sessions with a family lawyer

FOOD & TOILETRIES

AFFORDABLE CLOTHING

HEALTH & WELLNESS

FAMILY LAW & LEGAL SUPPORT

Testimonials

SEPARATION SUPPORT GROUP

"I am grateful that the services were available to me, as a single mother with no other financial support, as well as to women who otherwise could not otherwise afford these services."

SINGLE MOMS' SUPPORT GROUP

"I cannot emphasize how significantly this facility and their program have benefitted my life and my toddler son's at this vulnerable point in our lives... Prior to this, I have never experiences so much practical support from the community."

DROP-IN RESOURCE CENTRE 

"Every time we run out of food, feel overwhelmed, need parenting advice, or just need someone
to talk to, I know we can go there and always receive help and support. I can honestly say it is
our lifeline and I don’t know how we’d survive without it.
"