WAYS TO GIVE
The Government of Ontario - MCCSS (Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services) provides funding towards basic structures such as staffing, however your donation will support important activities and programs that are not funded by the government, all of which contribute to L’Arche’s unique approach to providing care for adults with intellectual disabilities and fostering an intentional community.
How your donations make an impact:
offset costs for Sol Express, our creative and performance arts program
help youth become more independent through our Trying It on For Size (TIFS) program
support community life events
fund outreach activities
ensure the maintenance and upkeep of homes and vehicles
create an accessible infrastructure throughout the organization
provide meaningful day program activities in our homes when programs are not available in the community
provide additional staffing to increase the quality of life of core members in our community
help create a new fully-accessible home in Regent Park for five core members and the assistants who will live alongside them
If you have any further questions, please contact:
Director of Development
Please make a contribution to L’Arche Toronto today to help us provide support, opportunities and connections that promote healthy, meaningful and connected lives during and coming out of this pandemic.
A donation of securities or mutual fund shares is the most efficient way to give charitably since the capital gains tax does not apply. Your security or mutual fund donation means a larger donation for L'Arche Toronto and it also means a larger charitable tax receipt for you. Please call Caroline or use the Canada Helps button above.
Donate your vehicle to L'Arche Toronto Homes to raise funds for us. Click here to find out more.
Honour a special person by making a donation to acknowledge a special event such as a wedding, birthday, anniversary or a job well done. L’Arche Toronto will send a tribute card on your behalf which you can personalize by adding your own message. You will receive a tax receipt for your donation.
L’ARCHE TORONTO’S CAMPAIGN TO BUILD, CREATE, GROW OUR FUTURE.
A new model of inclusive community living in Toronto. The campaign will raise $3.8 million over the next three years to create a more inclusive community in Toronto by opening a condominium home in Regent Park for five individuals with intellectual disabilities and three assistants.
Making a tribute gift is a thoughtful way to honour the memory of a family member or friend who has died. L’Arche Toronto will send a memorial card on your behalf which you can personalize by adding your own message. You will receive a tax receipt for your donation.
The Government of Ontario provides funding towards basic structures such as staffing, however your donation will support important activities and programs that are not funded by the government, all of which contribute to L’Arche’s unique approach to providing care for adults with intellectual disabilities and fostering an intentional community.
Your support will show your pride and helps us to continue our support for women and men with intellectual disabilities with an array of opportunities in our community.
Monthly giving allows you to spread your donation throughout the year and make a continuous commitment to the L’Arche Toronto community. Monthly giving also makes a positive difference by maintaining stable funding for our community in serving the needs of our core members.
L’Arche Toronto was founded on intuition – a ‘gut’ feeling that the message of L’Arche had places to go. This same spirit of adventure and risk, and the conviction that all people have something to offer became the momentum that has manifested in the creative arts program of L’Arche Toronto, Sol Express. Sol Express joins together the movement, voice, music, art, theatre, and dance of individuals with developmental disabilities into creative expressions on themes such as hope and belonging.
L’Arche Toronto’s Trying It on For Size (TIFS) program is an innovative well rounded approach to exploring how to live independently. Through a person-centered curriculum and experiential learning, participants increase their confidence and their capacity to discover their own places of belonging.