TIES is a Canadian registered charity with the CRA’s Charities Directorate so donations to TIES are eligible for an official donation receipt for Canadian income tax purposes.

Donate through PayPal – the lowest fee option for credit card payments, tax receipt for your donation

PayPal gives registered charities like TIES a very good rate for credit card processing. Just over 98% of your donation will reach us and go towards our projects. Please note that in order for us to issue an official tax receipt for income tax purposes, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) requires you to enter your complete name and address (even for an online donation). An official donation receipt for Canadian income tax purposes for the amount of your donation (for donations of $20 or more) will be issued by email once processed by PayPal.

Become a sponsor with a monthly donation

Turn your donation into a sponsorship by checking the monthly donation box in our PayPal donation form.

$39/month will sponsor a high school student for one year!
$100/month will (on average) sponsor a Kenyan university student for one year.

In a hurry? – donate through GoFundMe

Processing fees are somewhat higher with GoFundMe, but it’s fast. No tax receipt issued (unless you enter your full address and request one), so just enter your email address, card number, and done! Slightly more than 97% of your donation reaches us after processing fees. (You may change the default fundraiser by including a comment with your gift!)

Options with no fees to us – tax receipt issued

There are two ways that you can make a donation to TIES knowing that 100% of your donation will go towards our projects. You may write an old school, paper cheque and drop it in the mail to us at the address on our Contact page. Or donate by Interac e-Transfer. (Just call us or use our Contact form to request complete instructions.)

Are you a US taxpayer?

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“Serit arbores, quae alteri saeclo prosint.” is Latin for “He plants trees to benefit another generation.” If you would like to join TIES in investing in the education of young people in developing countries in order to improve their future and the future of generations to follow, then please donate today.