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In Memory donation

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Leave a gift in your will

Create a legacy by leaving a gift in your will.

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Gift of stock & securities

Make a donation of stocks, bonds or mutual funds.

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Corporate giving

Partner with WoodGreen to achieve your CSR goals.

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Donate a vehicle

Help drive change by donating a car, truck or motorcycle.

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Individual volunteering

Get involved and use your talents to make a difference.

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Donate while you shop

Shopping is now fundraising. Help WoodGreen to raise critical funds by paying for your everyday expenses and gifts with no additional cost to you!

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Donor Recognition

WoodGreen’s work is powered by a community of supporters. Please view our list of generous donors.

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Donor Privacy

WoodGreen is committed to protecting the privacy of our donors. We do not trade, rent or sell donor names. We keep the personal information you provide in strict confidence. “Personal information” refers to any information that can be used to distinguish, identify or contact a specific individual. Safeguards are in place to ensure that the information is not accessed, disclosed or shared more widely than necessary to achieve the purpose for which you allowed us to have it. If you would like us to remove your name from our database, please contact us and we will do so.

The WoodGreen Foundation adheres to Imagine Canada’s voluntary Ethical Fundraising and Financial Accountability Code. All of our staff are bound to uphold accountability standards and the Donor Bill of Rights.

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Latest News and Updates

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Volunteering is not only about doing good, it turns out that giving back is also good for you. Our experts explain the surprising benefits.


Volunteering keeps Nick in love with Toronto. Here's why

Nick wanted a way to help newcomers to Canada make their way in Toronto. He began volunteering with WoodGreen. Fifteen years later, the experience has changed the way he sees the city he calls home.


“There is no downside to volunteering” says long-time WoodGreen volunteer

Sitting around during retirement was not something Barb was ever going to do. She wanted to help uplift others in her East Toronto community. Why she says choosing to donate the last 15 years to volunteering at WoodGreen was absolutely the right decision.