Make a Contribution
Living on Thetis Island, we all tend to be self sufficient in one way or another. However, there may come a time for each of us when financial aid would make life a little easier. The Community Fund was developed to provide the opportunity for all of us to share with our friends and neighbours, according to our abilities. How can you help?
Donate money – the Community Fund is a registered charity for tax purposes. Donations of any amount are gratefully received. If you are planning to make or revise a Will, consider leaving a gift to our Community Fund. Tax receipts will be issued for all donations unless specified otherwise by donors.
Donate time - the Community Fund is run by volunteer Board members. If you have time and skills to offer, consider getting involved as part of on-going fundraising efforts or community service programs. Contributions support advancement of education at all levels, medical treatment and care, support services for seniors, and the work of other local charitable organizations such as the Thetis Island Community Association.
Donations of money can be made in several ways:
- Personal cheques can be sent by mail or drop box to TICF, Box 12-14, Thetis Island, BC, V0R 2Y0
- Cash donations should be made by arrangement with any Board member or by email (see Contact Us)
- If you annually donate to the United Way, simply designate "Thetis Island Community Fund" on your United Way form.
- Secure donations by credit card or PayPal account can be made by clicking on the "Donate" button below and following the instructions.
Canada Revenue Agency approved tax receipts will be automatically issued for all donations, unless otherwise requested. Please ensure your name and address accompanies your donation for this purpose.
Clicking on the Donate button will redirect you to our secure PayPal payment page. You may log in to your PayPal account using the form on the right of the PayPal page, OR you may pay with a credit card (without creating a PayPal account) by using the link on the left of the PayPal page.