GIVE THE GIFT OF A LIFE-CHANGING ADVENTURE
Your donation will help provide access to our programs for underserved youth, including indigenous youth, women survivors of violence or abuse, and military veterans.
By helping to provide access to our empowering outdoor education programs, you will help people develop the skills they need to succeed in school, work and throughout life.
WAYS TO GIVE
MAKE A DONATION
Help us make sure that everyone has the opportunity to experience personal growth and develop the skills they need to help them thrive.
BECOME A MONTHLY DONOR
Becoming a monthly donor is one of the easiest ways to help more people experience challenging adventures of self-discovery year-round!
REACH BEYOND EXPEDITIONS
Challenge yourself, reach new heights and explore new territory – physically, emotionally and spiritually all while raising money for our charitable programs on one of Outward Bound Canada’s Reach Beyond Expeditions.
Raise funds for our charitable programs while stepping out of your comfort zone and pushing your limits by taking on one of our Challenge Events.
CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS AND FOUNDATION GIVING
To explore corporate giving opportunities, please contact Stefanie Crispino (firstname.lastname@example.org), Senior Director of Corporate and Foundation Partnerships.
GIFT OF SECURITIES
Should you wish to make a gift of stock or securities to Outward Bound Canada, please kindly complete a stock transfer form here.
Donate your air miles and help students reach new heights! Your donation of Aeroplan Miles allows us to offset travel costs for funded students eagerly awaiting their Outward Bound adventure. Help us break financial barriers and ensure this life-changing opportunity is available to everyone. Click here to donate your miles today!
“Structured by the communal and personal lessons, the landscape and terrain, my course was an incredible experience that benefitted me in many ways. It allowed me to expand my connection to people as well as nature. I continue to practice patience, acceptance and compassion, as well as remaining resilient in harsh situations and having more tolerance for adversity.”
– Helen, Youth Participant