Ways To Give

Fife House is extremely grateful the donors who support our mission to provide supportive housing and support services to people living with HIV/AIDS in Toronto. Below are the different ways you can make a financial contribution to Fife House.

One-Time Donation

Can be made by cash, cheque, money order, credit card or online. Consider becoming a monthly donor to regularly support our work! All donations of $20 or more will receive a charitable tax receipt.

Fife House Builders

Fife House needs people who can help us build – build residences, build programs, build services – so we’ve established a monthly giving program called Fife House Builders. By becoming a Fife House Builder, you give a fixed amount every month to help build a stable foundation for Fife House. Learn more about our Fife House Builders program.

The Huntley Street Project

Fife House is building more transitional housing! We’re creating 20 units of housing for some of the most marginalized and medically complex people living with HIV/AIDS in the City of Toronto. Learn more about how you can support The Huntley Street Project or donate online today!

Miss Conception Resident Comfort Fund

This specialty fund assists residents in the Transitional Housing Program and Sherbourne residence with unusual expenses not covered through other resources including fresh-start kits, mattresses, medications and more. Since the fund’s creation in 2011, Miss Conception has helped raised more than $13,500. Learn more about the Miss Conception Resident Comfort Fund.

Ron Robertson Enhancement Fund

This specialty fund was created to honour the memory of Ron Robertson who led the 10-year project to redevelop the site of the former Wellesley Central Hospital. The site now houses a number of buildings, including Fife House’s Sherbourne residence. Funds raised are used to maximize and strengthen the quality of life of the Sherbourne residence.  Learn more about the Ron Robertson Enhancement Fund.

Tribute Donation

Make a donation to Fife House in honour of a family member, friend, colleague or a special event like a wedding or graduation.

Corporate Giving

Many corporations have special programs to match gifts their employees make to charities. It’s a great way to acknowledge your contribution and double your gift! Check with your Human Resources Department for more information.

Legacy Giving

Leaving a legacy gift to Fife House can help ensure our mission for another 30 years to come. Are you interested in leaving a bequest in your will, an RRSP, RRIF, insurances or securities? Contact Sam Katz, Manager of Development and Stewardship, at 416-205-9888 x241 to discuss leaving your legacy today!

Gift of Securities

When a donation of appreciated publicly traded securities, such as stocks, bonds or mutual funds, or stock options is made to Fife House or other charities, the capital gains tax on the securities is eliminated when the securities are transferred directly to the organization. You will also receive a donation receipt based on the full fair market value of the shares for the close of market on the day the securities are received by our partner, Canada Helps. This tax break can significantly reduce the cost of your donation and allow you to give more than you would have imagined possible. Donations of Securities and Mutual Funds can be made through CanadaHelps.

Host Your Own Fundraising Event!

Hosting an event for Fife House is a fun way to raise money for our programs and service. Speak to someone in our Development Office about your event idea at 416-205-9888 or read more.

Gifts In-Kind

From items of clothing for our Homeless Outreach Program or prizes for our signature fundraisers, Fife House is always looking for gifts in-kind. For the health and safety of our clients, we have to be careful in what we accept as donations. Before making your in-kind donation please contact our Development Office at 416-205-9888.

Homeless Outreach Program Wish List as of August 2018
– TTC tokens
– Vouchers
– Gift cards in small denominations
– New socks and underwear
– Summer clothing
– Toiletries
– Pads and tampons
– Reusable bags
– Winter Hats, Mitts, Scarves