The YWCA Halifax relies on charitable donations and the generous support of our community.
Because of you, we are building economic security, promoting wellness, and creating opportunities for young women, girls, and their families by providing a strong voice and integrated services.
There are countless ways to give but no matter how you give or how much you give, your gift makes a difference.
Ways to Give
General Donations: You can give monthly, annually or one-time with gifts by using our online donation form
Gifts on Honour: Have someone you want to pay tribute to? Why not make a gift in their name using our online giving.
Gifts in Memory: Make a gift in the name of a family member or loved one online or contact us about establishing a gift.
Estate Giving: Establish a legacy gift in you or your family members’ names.
Gifts of Stocks or Securities: Please contact Brighid Langill, Director of Philanthropy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-423-6162 ext 2225 for more information and to receive our Letter of Authorization.
You can make a general or campaign-specific donation by mailing a cheque or money order made payable to YWCA Halifax:
Attention: Fund Development
358 Herring Cove Road
*All donations of $20 or more will receive a charitable tax receipt.
In-kind Gifts for Youth & Participants
Due to COVID19, we are not accepting physical items at this time.
Examples of in-kind gifts include:
- Gift Cards
- Personal care items
- Bus tickets
- Towels, face cloths, hand towels (new)
- Queen-sized sheets, pillowcases, pillows, comforters, crib sheets (new)
- Dishcloths and towels (new)
- Cleaning supplies, brooms, mops
- Toilet paper and paper towel
- Infant onesies, bottles, wipes, diapers (sizes 2 and up)
- Celebration item; boxes of cakes, icing, candles, streamers, celebration signs, blank greeting cards
About Safe Spaces
We have an immediate need for women’s clothes, canned goods, and small items.
Safe Spaces is an emergency crisis housing project for victims and survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking. Engaging with the NSTAY (Nova Scotia Transition and Advocacy for Youth) program, this project will provide youth in crisis with a safe space to stay so they can stabilize and take the first steps to regaining control over their lives. Often times, for this clientele, the shelter system and domestic violence system can feel unsafe and/or unwelcome.
Please call 902-423-6162 x 2225 for more details and drop off location details.