Get Involved with OneFamily Fund

Sponsors and Donors

OneFamily relies solely on the generosity of our donors and sponsors, and receives no government monies nor monies from other charities. It is only through the kindness of our donors and sponsors that we are able to help victims reclaim their lives. Your tax-deductible gift will not will not only help re-build lives shattered by terror, but will enrich your own life in so many ways. There are many ways to give to OneFamily and for larger gifts, we are happy to meet with you in person to discuss how your donation will benefit victims, as well as sponsorship and naming opportunities.

Send a donation (in memory or honour) or holiday card

Sponsor a Hike Participant

Make a General Donation

Give a Gift of a Life Insurance Policy or Annuity

Donation in Honour of Your Guests for a Special Occasion

Sponsor a OneFamily Event

** For more details on donating or sponsoring, please call Jennifer at 416.489.9687, ext. 200.

What do your dollars support?

For each victim of terror, the support offered by OneFamily is personalized to his or her needs. For some, OneFamily helps them locate work; for others, OneFamily offers a chance to participate in retreat where they can connect with other victims. Still others, after isolating themselves for many months or even years, may join OneFamily’s soccer team or cooking classes. Below are just a few of the programs sponsored by OneFamly Fund Canada:

  • Bereaved Parents – $500 enables a bereaved mother or father to participate in a three-day retreat, where they have the opportunity to meet with other bereaved parents, and join in professionally-run activities to help them cope with their loss.
  • Therapeutic Youth-Camp Scholarship – $1,000 pays for a young victim of terror to take part in a therapeutic camp experience where they participate in expressive arts, sports, outdoor adventure and therapeutic group programming.
  • Adopt a Family – $7,500 per year provides essential financial and emotional support for a family to help them move forward in their lives after an attack.
  • Higher Education Fund – $10,000 will enable to university or college aged victim to complete a degree.

** For more details, please email or call Jen at 416.489.9687, ext. 200.