Ways to give
Our organization receives only partial funding from the government and relies on donor support. There are various simple and impactful ways you can make a contribution to Cornerstone to help save and change the lives of women and children in our communities. Whether you join our Circle of Hope monthly giving program, donate in honour or memory of a loved one, or make Cornerstone a part of your legacy with a bequest, your generosity will help women and children in our community move out of danger and into a violence free future.
Please note Cornerstone does not accept used clothing, household items, or furniture.
Joining The Circle of Hope monthly giving program is one of the easiest and most effective ways you can support Cornerstone year-round. Make an incredible impact over the course of your membership. You may also change or cancel your monthly contribution at any time.
Legacy Giving/Gifts in your Will
Cornerstone has a legacy of changing lives. When you leave a gift in your Will, you will join a special group of donors who have made planned or future gifts to Cornerstone. Leaving a gift in your Will can offer many benefits for you and your loved ones. Create your legacy today.
In Memory & In Honour Giving
Whether your gift is to honour somebody exceptional, to celebrate a significant event, or in memory of someone special, your thoughtful gift will support local women and children seeking life changing services at Cornerstone.
Securities & Stocks
Donate publicly listed stock to Cornerstone Family Violence Prevention Centre and you eliminate any tax on the capital gain. This means you can support research-based, best practice modeled programs and services while saving on taxes.
Events and Campaigns
Cornerstone hosts various events each year to engage with neighbours, friends, and the community at large to raise vital funds in support of our programs and services. A great way to show your support for Cornerstone is to attend and participate in these events.
Share Your Story
Storytelling can be a powerful tool. Survivors and loved ones can find strength and healing in telling their stories to others. Their insight and inspiration can save lives. It can also help educate bystanders and demonstrate the impact Violence Against Women has on individuals and a community.