How To Help

Fundraising efforts from our community throughout the year help us help women.

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FUNDRAISING
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As a non-profit organization, we rely on donations to continue helping women.

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DONATE
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Leave a legacy behind. We welcome legacy gifts and thank you for remembering us in your will.

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PLANNED GIVING - WILLS

Review our annual report with a summary and goals for the upcoming year.

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ANNUAL REPORT

Giving Opportunities

Each year, Westminster House assists hundreds of women struggling with addiction through its long-term, abstinence-based recovery program. The goal is to continue to help all women in need, but this can only be achieved through the support of caring individuals and organizations.

Your gift will make a difference to so many lives. Please help Westminster House and its staff continue with its mission to help others.

Financial Gift

Your financial donation will make a difference. All financial gifts are gratefully accepted and appreciated. Please visit our DONATE page for more information. Thank you.

Service Donations

A gift of service from a professional, trade or community service organization offers a significant contribution to Westminster House – whether a donation of marketing or communications services, raffle prizes for fundraising events or Christmas presents for clients and their children.

Estate & Planned Giving

Remembering Westminster House in your will significantly assists the program sustain its mission of service to those affected by addiction. The knowledgeable staff at Westminster House can assist you and your family, and provide helpful resources and information. Please don’t hesitate to contact Westminster House to request specific information on a planning option.

Volunteer Opportunities

Westminster House relies on volunteers to help provide care and enhance the treatment experience of the women in the recovery program. If you would like more information on sharing your talents with others through volunteer work, please call us at 604-524-5633.