Give – Help us Help

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At the Community Ventures Society we contribute to our community. Our staff and participants fundraise and volunteer to help others in the community have a better quality of life. For example, we deliver medication to seniors, give to the food bank, adopt families at Christmas time, and are members of the Rotary Club in Port Coquitlam.

We believe that giving is reciprocal and makes us better citizens. So we invite you to consider giving to CVS and help us do what we do.

Volunteer at CVS

Do you have a special skill, talent, or passion that you think would benefit CVS or the people we serve? If so, please give us a call at 604.937.2020.

Planned Giving

Planned Giving is about leaving a legacy. It is a way to continue to contribute to organizations that you would like to support after your lifetime. By taking the time to look ahead and research which organizations match your values, you can feel secure that your giving will make a difference in ways that are meaningful -- to you and to others.

The advantage of Planned Giving is that donating in the future will not reduce your income in the present. And your gift assists CVS to continue our services in the future for those who need us. There are tax saving benefits that come with Planned Giving as well. For example, a tax receipt can be given to all stocks, bonds, and mutual funds that are transferred from a trust to a charity. Also, a bequest from your estate of cash or RRSPs can lower taxes that your estate is required to pay.

For more information about Planned Giving, please email Kevin Lusignan, Executive Director, or call 604.937.2020.

The iPad Fund

The iPad Fund is designed to give iPads to those who need assistance communicating. The gift of communication facilitates relationship, employment, and citizenship. For more information, please contact Kevin Lusignan.

Donations

Community Ventures Society is an accredited non-profit charitable organization. Donations over $5 are eligible for tax receipts. Please give online via Canada Helps.

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