Donors & Impact
LOVE BC’s donors help us build the capacity and resources to continue to support youth facing multiple barriers as they work to end violence in their lives and become leaders in their communities.
of LOVE BC identified feeling trusted and trusting their peers.
say that they gained a greater capacity to understand the link between homophobia, transphobia and violence.
stated they were proud of media projects they created.
$50 – provides one youth with anti-violence prevention training.
$100 – provides 20 youth with a healthy warm meal and snacks during programs.
$150 – trains two youth volunteers as mentors.
$200 – provides art supplies for 4 weeks of MAP programming.
$400 – provides 25 youth with assertiveness training.
$1,200 – sends a LOVE youth to National Leadership Camp.
A tax deductible receipt will be provided.
If you have a PayPal account, you can donate without fees (for you or for us) through the PayPal Giving Fund.
You can also donate online through CHIMP.
Fundraise for LOVE
Some ideas for fundraising for LOVE (BC) could be:
- Charity sale at your school or office
- Sporting Events
- Marathons, Walkathons, Golf-Tournaments
- Host an event to introduce LOVE to your peers
All third party events must adhere to LOVE BC policies and be approved by LOVE BC.
Become a LOVE Partner
LOVE BC welcomes partnerships with community organizations, corporations and foundations. Examples of partnerships include: advertisement sponsorship, charity sales at your business, printing sponsorship, event venue sponsorship, pro-bono professional service (such as IT support, annual auditing, marketing consultancy), and more! Your partnership ensures that LOVE BC is able to provide quality emotional and social support to young people. In return, LOVE is able to offer recognition to your business on social media, newsletters, publications, and at events.
We are grateful to all the generous individuals, corporations, foundations and government bodies that have committed to the mental, emotional and social support of our youth: