Make a gift

Please note: In light of our merger, all online donations will now be processed through The Mustard Seed.

Making a charitable gift is a wonderful way to help fight poverty in South Edmonton. Your gift will help provide resources and programs to neighbours who are working to build, and sustain, a healthy life.*

Below are just a few ways you can make a gift to help transform lives:


Make a gift: Make a gift online today.

Good Neighbour Club: For as little as $25 a month you can provide shower and laundry services for 3 neighbours! Become a member of the Good Neighbour Club and sign up as a monthly donor, today.

Donate goods or services: Help reduce ongoing expenses by donating goods. View our current wish list here to learn what we need most. Also, consider signing up for our enews and receive monthly updates regarding our most urgently needed items.

Tribute or memorial: Celebrate or honour a special person by making a gift. If contact information is provided, the Centre will send a card, notifying your loved one, or their family,
that a gift has been made in their name.

Plan a gift for the future: Consider leaving a bequest to the Centre in your will, or, name the Centre as the owner or beneficiary of your existing life insurance policy and leave a lasting legacy in the lives of neighbours working to overcome poverty. Contact us to learn more at (780) 439-5216.

Employer/Corporate matching gifts: Maximize the impact of your gift and investigate whether your employer offers a matching gift program!

Prefer to mail your gift to the Centre? Download our donation form here.

Questions? Contact us at infoedmonton@theseed.ca or (780) 439-5216.

*The Neighbour Centre is a registered charity, #829217256RR0001. Eligible donations will automatically be issued a charitable tax receipts.

Kevin

Because of your support we’ve been able to help hundreds of neighbours, like Kevin. Kevin has been utilizing services at the Centre and working with our support team. Recently we helped him get the proper Safety Courses, which he passed, allowing him to work again.