Give to St. Andrew's Online
Giving online is an easy, simple and secure way to give to St. Andrew’s. Receipts for online donations are issued by CanadaHelps in the full amount of your contribution. Your official donation receipt will be immediately emailed to you from CanadaHelps.org. You can contribute a one-time gift or select recurrent giving. If you wish to select recurrent giving, you can change the amount or stop altogether any time you wish through your CanadaHelps account. You will receive an email with information on how to sign in to your CanadaHelps account where you can view all your online donations for the current and previous years and print official donation receipts any time.
In the form below, select the desired Fund from the drop-down menu under "Fund". There are 2 options in the drop-down menu: gifts to the General Fund are applied to our general operating expenses; gifts to the Memorial Fund can be contributed in memory or honour of someone.
If you would like your donation to go to a special fund other than our General Operating Fund or Memorial Fund, please include this in the Note/Comment/Message section. You can direct part or all of your donation to any of the following:
Church – General Operating Account (GOA)
Memorial Fund (MF)
Special Offering – Easter, Christmas, etc.
Presbyterian Sharing (PS)
Presbyterian World Service and Development (PWS&D)
Mission – eg. Compass, Evangel Hall, Armagh House
We sincerely thank you for your generosity. Your gift helps us to further our vision to bring the Word of God to all people.
CanadaHelps is a registered online charity providing accessible and affordable online technology to donors and charities. Through this technology platform, St. Andrew's can provide a simple and secure way to donate online to St. Andrew's. The fee to St. Andrew's for bringing this service to you is a 3.5% processing fee for monthly donations and a 3.75% processing fee for one time donations. The tax receipt you receive from CanadaHelps is equal to the full amount that you donate.