Ways to Give:
To give a gift online, click here
Online giving is simple and secure on our fast and easy web page. You will receive your tax receipt immediately and help to reduce costs and environmental impact. Your donation goes to work right away.
To give a monthly donation, click here
Monthly giving is a simple and convenient way to spread your generosity over the entire year. It's affordable, saves you time and helps to reduce costs, and increases your impact. This puts more of your money to work helping people in need. Simply fill out the details on our online form and the amount you choose will be automatically withdrawn from your bank account or credit card. You can change your gift amount or cancel your gift at any time. We will send you a tax receipt for your total monthly donations for the year, in time for tax season.
By Phone, or Mail
To make a gift over the phone, please call 1-613-238-5721.
In Memory of Loved Ones
Honor friends and loved ones by doing something special in their memory: make a donation to LDAC Canada, honoring someone special.
To make a gift in someone's memory, click here
Making a gift of cash or property by including a bequest to LDAC in your will is one of the simplest planned giving options, whether you are writing a new will or revising an existing one. When you make a donation through your will, your estate will receive considerable tax benefits, up to 100% of your annual net income, compared to 75% otherwise.*
You can make a larger gift than you might have thought possible by naming LDAC as a beneficiary to an existing policy, or you can transfer ownership and receive a tax credit for the cash surrender value. You may also make a gift arrangement of a new policy to LDAC as owner and beneficiary, after at least one premium payment in your own name. Transferring ownership of a life insurance policy also gives you immediate tax benefits while guaranteeing important funding for those we support through our work.
Gift-in-Kind: Property or Securities
You can give a gift of publicly traded stock or securities, support LDAC and eliminate the capital gains tax. Gifts of appreciated securities, including stocks, bonds, futures, and mutual fund units, give you tax relief within your lifetime while providing important resources to the LDAC. Donors of securities benefit from no taxes paid on capital gains donations versus 50% paid otherwise, making this kind of gift immediately attractive.
Help us build a caring community. Volunteer for the Learning Disabilities Association. Volunteers are people who donate their time to help out and make a difference in their community. Give the gift of yourself, your time, your effort, and discover the benefits of volunteering.
Come and grow with us as we work for Canadians with learning disabilities. If you’ve ever wondered about the value of supporting LDAC and its affiliates, consider these facts:
(Participation and Activities Limitations Survey, 2006, Statistics Canada)
In the library; after school programs; special events; registration for workshops or conferences; fundraising; public relations; tutoring; board member, etc.
For more information on volunteering contact the LDA nearest you.
The Learning Disabilities Association of Canada believes that every person with learning disabilities can succeed in school, at work, in relationships, and within the community -- when provided with the appropriate supports and opportunities.
If you live in an area with a local chapter, joining the chapter automatically makes you a member of the provincial/territorial and national organization. Join Now
LDA never shares or sells membership information!
Membership is purchased at the local and provincial/territorial level. Please contact the LDA nearest you.
LDAC has long provided national leadership in the shaping of public policy and federal legislation, working effectively to ensure that the voices of individuals with learning disabilities are heard by those in government.
You can make a difference by telling government what matters most. Join us in promoting and strenghtening policies and programs that support individuals with LDs.
Learn what you can do to support children and youth with LD.