Giving …to those in need

How to make a donation

By internet, through our secure website form

By telephone by dialing 514-932-0552 (extension 222) or toll free 1-800-585-6333 (extension 222)

By mail to: Aid to the Church in Need (Canada) P.O. Box 670, Station H Montreal, QC H3G 2M6

You may make your donation by cheque, money-order, Visa, MasterCard or by offering pre-authorized payments (direct debit).

Donation Types

You can make an occasional donation or a monthly donation.  Monthly donations can be made by providing us with a postdated cheque, credit card and also by pre-authorized payment (direct debit.)  This is a simple way which allows you to spread your donation over several months and reduces the risk of forgetting.

The federal and provincial governments offer some very interesting income tax credits.  You can then use the funds returned to you to give even more.  You simply request a tax receipt for the end of the year when making a donation.

You can also make a planned donation in the form of a legacy, the donation of a life-insurance policy, by the establishment of a charitable gift annuity, the donation of a property, or even of market shares.  These donations have the benefit of allowing you to give a greater sum and have significant tax credits.

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Please contact us for more detailed information.  Your notary, your legal or financial consultant will be able to advise you and help you to optimize your donation.

Construction

1  Construction

Evangelization

4  Pastoral Aid and Catechism

Formation

0  Formation

Media

6  Communication/Mass Media

Subsistance

3  Subsistence

Transportation

2  Transportation

We send your Mass Offerings to priests in need all over the world so they are provided with a form of subsistence, to nourish the Eucharistic presence, and to carry the benefactor’s intentions before God’s altar.

Mass Offerings allow you to support these priests and build a spiritual bridge between you.

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According to a report published by the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the number of displaced persons in the world at year end 2013, reached 51.2 million – 2.5 million more Syrian refugees., among others,  and 6.5 internally displaced in Syria since the onset of the conflict.

“The Syrian conflict has triggered the world’s largest humanitarian
crises since World War II.” – The European Commission

Syrian children are asking for PEACE!

In Middle East:

– More than 62 million people affected;
– 5 million Iraqis and Syrians need humanitarian assistance;
– More than 10 million Syrians & Iraqis had to flee and are displaced within their country;
– 8 million Syrians are refugees in neighbouring countries;
– More than 5 million children cannot go to school…

Let’s help them!