Beyond 21 is a Registered Charity with Charitable Status in Canada (registration number 83915 8300 RR0001). We receive no government funding and are dependent on donations, sponsorships, grants, and fundraisers to maintain and grow our services.
Your funds will allow us to partner with adults who have a developmental disability and help them to gain the skills and make the connections they need to achieve their dreams.
We are able to receipt donations of $25 or greater that are:
- Cash: If you donate cash including by check, e transfer, or credit card Beyond 21 can issue a charitable receipt. Please note we REQUIRE your full address (name, address, postal code, phone, email) in order to forward a receipt. If you donate by e transfer please email us (same email) your name and address. Thank you
- Service: If you donate a service to Beyond 21 a check exchange must occur. This means you do the work, Beyond 21 pays you, you donate the money you were paid back to Beyond 21 (cash, check, email) and then Beyond 21 will be able to issue a charitable receipt.
- Non Cash Gifts: If you wish to have a charitable receipt for a non cash gift, it must reflect the Fair Market Value (FMV). If the amount is less the $1000 we will need to solicit a third party who is knowledegable and qualified to determine the value. If we cannot determine the FMV we cannot issue a receipt. FMV is the highest amount between informed, prudent, independent people in an open and unrestricted market between two willing participants.
- Stocks: Beyond 21 is able to accept donations of stock. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more
To support Beyond 21 you can send donations by:
e transfer to email@example.com (Please remember to also email us your name, address, and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org – we can NOT receipt without this information)
credit card by clicking HERE
mail to Beyond 21, PO Box 1901 Stn Main, Cornwall, ON K6H 6N6. Checks made out to “Beyond 21”
All donations of $25 and greater may be receipted for tax purposes