Without support from the community, Candace House would not be possible. As a registered charity we are able to accept financial donations through a variety of means and are pleased to provide tax receipts.
Find out more about generous Candace House supporters.
A donation of any amount supports our mission to offer victims and survivors of crime much-needed comfort and refuge.
Donating by cheque is a great way to ensure that the entirety of your gift is routed to Candace House without any small deduction for online payment. Please make all cheques payable to "Candace House" and send to our mailing address: Candace House, 1B - 183 Kennedy Street, Winnipeg MB, R3C 1S6. Be sure to include your contact information so we can properly acknowledge your gift.
Interac eTransfer is a simple, convenient and secure way to send a donation directly from your bank account to Candace House. Please use the email address firstname.lastname@example.org to send your donation, then send the password and your mailing address to the same address so we can access your donation and provide you with a charitable tax receipt!
Secure online donations are accepted through CanadaHelps with VISA, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal, CanadaHelps gift cards, as well as Interact through participating banks. Gifts can also be accepted directly through PayPal.
BECOME A MONTHLY DONOR
Do you believe that all those impacted by crime should access to resources, referrals, and support? Our monthly donors are outspoken and compassionate people. By providing a reliable source of funding to sustain our work, you enable us to dedicate more of our time and resources to providing comfort and information that will contribute to healing.
Giving monthly is simple, convenient, and tax-deductible. At any time you can revise your gift amount, change your payment method, or suspend your donations.
DONATE YOUR RIDE
Candace House is now able to accept donations through Donate A Car Canada. When you donate your RV, boat, motorcycle or other vehicle to us, it will either be recycled or sold at auction depending on its condition, age and location.
I wish Candace House had been there when we were going to the trial for the man who murdered my nephew.
It would have been so nice to have our own place to go to- a “soft place to fall.” Somewhere we could cry and prepare for the next day together as a family. Not have to stand around in the cold courthouse halls, or go home and be alone.