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As of July 2012, we are operating under the new trade name of “Caregiving Matters”. The legal name of our registered Canadian charity “Losing Our Parents”, #82293 0616 RR0001, stays the same as does our legal status.

We thank you for your support by donating to “Losing Our Parents” online, or by cheque. Below you’ll find instructions for doing both. We thank you in advance for your kindness and generosity.

Online

You can donate online through our customized link to CanadaHelps.org.

CanadaHelps.org is a not-for-profit charity portal that provides an online giving service to registered charities. When you make a donation to Losing Our Parents via CanadaHelps, we receive 97% of the donation. CanadaHelps retains 3% to cover the cost, including the credit card fee charged to CanadaHelps by your financial institution.
Within minutes of making a donation, you will receive an electronic tax receipt mailed to the email address you provided in the donation process. You can save and print this receipt at any time to use for income tax purposes. Because CanadaHelps.org is a charity (Charitable Business Number 896568417RR0001), you will be receipted for your donation by CanadaHelps.org.

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By cheque or money order

Send a cheque or money order, payable to:

Losing Our Parents
P.O. Box 196
Schomberg, Ontario
L0G 1T0

Funds raised will be used to carry out our charitable activities and programs, as well as to distribute as donations to other qualified charitable organizations that support our mission and vision.
If you have any questions about donating, please call our office at 905-939-2931.

Thank you.

 

Mary Bart

Chair

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