The City of Edmonton – Family & Community Support Services
Realtors Community Foundation
Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
ECALA (Edmonton Community Adult Learning Association)
Citizenship & Immigration Canada
Alberta Culture & Tourism – Community Initiatives Program
Alberta Gaming & Liquor Commission
Edmonton Community Foundation
Edmonton Community Lottery Board
Rotary Club of Edmonton Southeast
All Saints Anglican Cathedral
The Klemke Foundation
Frank Flaman Foundation
Irving & Diane Kipnes Foundation
Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul
Catholic Women’s League
Friends of Changing Together
Status of Women Canada
Alberta Health Services
Anonymous & Private Donors
Changing Together has partnered with CanadaHelps.org, a not-for-profit charity portal and a registered public foundation that seeks to promote and facilitate philanthropy through on-line giving. CanadaHelps.org offers its services at no cost to the charity or the donor.
How do you donate?
All you have to do is click the ‘donate now’ button and follow the instructions. All information entered is strictly confidential and securely protected, and donor information is only provided to the charity to which the donation has been made.
How do donors get a receipt?
Donations made through the CanadaHelps.org website are treated in the same way as regular receiptable charitable donations. The Canadian Customs and Revenue Agency has approved the use of electronic tax receipts. Usually within minutes of successfully completing a donation, the donor receives an e-mail notification confirming the transaction. Because CanadaHelps.org is a registered public foundation, donors are e-receipted for a donation to CanadaHelps.org. The donation is processed and funds are directed to the Changing Together bank account.
Can donors make an anonymous donation?
Yes. All that is required is that the donor checks the appropriate box when prompted and anonymity is guaranteed.