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Thank you for supporting palliative care Ottawa and Eastern Ontario. Your support really matters! There are many different ways you can give which are outlined below. If you have any questions or would like further information about any of the options below please contact our office.

Donations can be made online donations through our secure site or can be mailed by using our donation form. Pour une version française, cliquez ici.

Monthly giving is an easy and convenient way to give. It allows you to spread your donation over the entire year. By joining our monthly giving program you help to provide dependable income for the OutCare Foundation while reducing costs. Learn more about this great program.

Leave a gift in your Will - A charitable donation in your will means that community-based healthcare will be there for our children in the future when they need it.

Tribute Giving Tribute giving is a great way to honour someone while making an impact in our region.

Workplace Giving – It’s easy to support palliative care through the United Way Campaign and the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign. You can designate your campaign gift by listing the OutCare Foundation’s charitable business number 88074 5286 RR0001.

Gifts of Securities – In recent years, tax changes have made it even more attractive to donate publicly traded securities. You can make a gift of securities to the Foundation and pay no tax on capital gains.

Gifts of Life Insurance – Gifts of life insurance are increasing in popularity as donors see the advantages of this donation vehicle.

Thank you for your confidence in and support of the OutCare Foundation. We adhere to the Association of Fundraising Professional's Donor Bill of Rights.

Why Donate?

Donate to support palliative care across Eastern Ontario.

Donate to ensure palliative care is there you when need it.

Donate because it matters!


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Did You Know?

An estimated 90% of us will need palliative care.

Only an estimated 30% of those who need palliative care can access it.

Most of us wish to die in home yet at least 50% of deaths still occur in hospitals.

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