For your convenience, general donations, monthly gifts, in-honour gifts, and in-memory gifts can be made online through Canadahelps.org. Canadahelps.org is a safe way that Canadians use to donate to charities online. If you do not wish to donate online, you can send donations to our office. For In-Kind Gifts and Planned Giving, please contact us to make arrangements.
Make a General Donation
Join us in promoting the mental health of everyone in Fredericton/Oromocto, supporting those with mental illness and those at risk of mental health problems. A general donation allows us to put your donation to work where it is needed most.
Make a Monthly Gift
Monthly giving is an easy way to make a generous donation without making a large outlay of cash at one time - even $10 each month adds up over the course of the year. You can arrange to have the amount automatically deducted on your charge card or from your bank account. And you can stop your participation at any time.
Make an In Memory Gift
A caring way to convey sympathy and respect to surviving family members and loved ones.
Make an In Honour Gift
A meaningful way to honour a friend, a relative or a colleague is to recognize a special occasion in their life with a gift of community caring.
Make a Gift in Kind
We hold a yearly dinner auction as well as other events during the year in which we auction, raffle or sell items that have been donated. If you have new or used items you would like to donate, please contact us. Tax receipts can be provided for in-kind gifts.
We value and recognize the contributions of our volunteers. We are a grassroots community mental health charity that directly impacts the lives of the people we serve. Enjoy the personal satisfaction of being a volunteer with us. Some opportunities include:
Organizing and implementing special events like our annual auction
Facilitating or enhancing our support groups
Data Entry & Office Administration
Teaching classes to adults with a chronic mental illness
Supporting Youth Groups
Become a member
Be instrumental in helping us provide services that deeply impact the lives of adults with mental illness. When governments and fundraising foundations make their decisions, they want to know what percentage of the community supports our work. When we are advocating for improvements to the mental health system, there is strength in having stop membership numbers.
With a membership, you are also able to have a say on the decisions that impact the Association.