More Ways to Give

If you don't want to donate online, that's okay. There are other ways for you to give to Progress for Mental Health.

Mail Your Donation

You can mail us a cheque or your credit card information along with the form below and your gift will be put to work right away. To download the form, click here.

Donate a Car

Recycle your used vehicle and receive a charitable income tax receipt.  

Donate Securities

Capital gains tax is not applied when you donate securities. You will receive a charitable income tax receipt for full current fair market value. Click the button below to donate securities.

Donate Securities

Life Insurance

A new or existing policy can have tax benefits in many life stages. It can create a contribution far more significant than you may imagine possible.


Avoid probate fees and reduce estate taxes by donating a part of your plan, which can increase the amount you leave for loved ones.


You can donate real estate, shares in privately-held corporations, works of art, jewelry or other property and gain tax benefits.

Make a Legacy Gift

When you leave a meaningful legacy with a gift in your Will, such as a bequest, you leave your mark on the world by improving the lives of Canadians living with mental illness. By remembering Progress for Mental Health in your Will, you can be part of our critical work for years to come.

Workplace Giving Programs

​Here's how your company can raise funds for mental health:​

Payroll Deduction

This is a program where contributions are deducted directly from participating employees’ paycheques. This is a simple and effective way to encourage charitable support. Ask your human resources department if your company offers this giving option.

Employee Matching Programs

Your organization may have a program to match the donations and/or volunteer hours you give to Progress for Mental Health. Make sure you are not missing out on the effective way to possibly double your donation to Progress for Mental Health.

Corporate Partnerships

Contact us today to get started.

​Whether working in the lab, the clinic, or alongside people living with mental illness in their everyday lives, researchers are turning your support into discoveries to help improve care for people with mental illness today, while searching for a cure for tomorrow. Thank you.