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One in five Quebecers will suffer from mental illness in the course of their lifetime. Thanks to your generosity, the Mental Illness Foundation can pursue its mission of raising awareness, prevention and screening of mental illness.. Help us reduce the suffering of people affected as well as their loved ones.

  • Single
  • Monthly
  • Planned
  • In kind
  • Honorific
  • In Memoriam

Single

Every single donation helps the Mental Illness Foundation to grow. Your contribution, whatever it is, is important because, combined with other donors, it enables the Foundation to offers Partners for Life: a depression awareness program aimed at educating and providing tools for teenagers, parents and school staff to identify the signs and symptoms of depression and the steps to direct a person in psychological distress to the right resources. Our program aims at an early problem-solving of teen depression: an illness that can lead to academic failure and even suicide. The Foundation also offers public conferences and referral services.
 

Issuance of tax receipts

If you make an online donation of $20 or more through our website, a tax receipt will be issued within one month of your donation. This tax receipt meets the standards of the Canada Revenue Agency. A mouse click allows you to print and send a copy with your tax return. However, it cannot be duplicated or altered in any way whatsoever.

If you make a donation of $20 or more in person, by phone, fax or mail, your tax receipt will be sent by mail within one month of receiving your donation.

Help thousands of people supported by the Foundation each year by making a donation.

Four ways to make a donation

Online


Simple, fast and safe!

Complete and submit the secure form online

By mail or in person

Download and complete the form then send it to the Foundation.

By Fax


Download and complete the printable form (PDF) and send it to the Foundation

Fax
514 529-7390

By phone


Contact the Foundation and someone will be pleased to help you to make your donation

Phone
514 529-5354

Toll-free
1 888 529-5354

Where do your donations go

The Mental Illness Foundation devotes most of its resources to its mental illness and depression outreach its Partners for Life program. The Foundation reaches more than 60,000 young people across Quebec every year. It also supports the public with its referral line and a directory of resources.

 

 

The fiscal advantages regarding donations

Individuals

When making a donation as an individual, you can receive a tax credit. Click here to access the charitable donations tax credit calculator of the Canada Revenue Agency. 


Companies

If you make a donation as a company, you can receive a tax deduction. Please consult the Corporation Income Tax Guide of the Canada Revenue Agency or the Guide de déclaration de revenus de sociétés on the Web site of the Agence du revenu du Québec

 

Donation from an organization

Our fundraising campaign among companies allows us to pursue our activities and develop new programs and services to help people suffering from mental illness.

There are many ways for companies to support the Foundation’s mission and actions:

  • Major gifts: large companies and members of the Quebec business community are solicited to support the Foundation in its actions. Contributions from companies help support many projects and helps develop new programs and services.
  • Employee donations: a payroll deduction donation program allows your employees to support their favourite cause.
  • Matching gift: this program allows you to demonstrate your social commitment to your employees and your community.
  • Cause marketing: you can sponsor one of the Foundation’s great events or share some of the profits associated with selling a product.

Contact the Foundation at 514 529-5354, extension 221, to discuss how your company can partner with the Foundation's activities.

 

Donating to charity: A matter of trust

For the Foundation, preserving the trust it has forged with its donors is essential. As with all charities, registration for this purpose and its activities are supervised by the government. You can visit Éducaloi for more information on the control of philanthropic organizations. 

The Foundation also invites you to visit the Canada Revenue Agency to ensure that a charity pursues its charitable mission and properly complies with the laws that affect them.