The Presbyterian Church in Canada supports mission and ministry in Canada and around the world through your generous gifts. 

You may choose to designate your gift where needed most or to a specific ministry, project or mission.

When you give where needed most, your gift will go where it will make a lasting impact. Your tax deductible donation can be given in honor of a friend or a loved one.

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Designated Gifts

Donate to Presbyterians Sharing

Presbyterians Sharing supports the overall mission and ministry of The Presbyterian Church in Canada. Through Presbyterians Sharing, we support one another’s ministries. We help start new congregations and renew others. […]

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PWS&D Gifts

Presbyterian World Service & Development, the Presbyterian Church in Canada’s develop-ment and relief agency, works with international partners to carry out holistic community development programs that empower vulnerable people to overcome the root causes of poverty and create lasting change […]

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Mission Around the World

The Presbyterian Church in Canada recruits and sends mission personnel to work with our partner churches and agencies around the world. We support our international partners by funding church programs, enabling leadership development and facilitating exchange visits. […]

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Mission in Canada

The Presbyterian Church in Canada helps create new ministries, renew and sustain congregations and support specialized (inner city, refugee and Indigenous) ministries, and equip congregations. Help inner city families, vulnerable women and girls, refugees and more. […]

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Canada Youth Donations

Since 2000, CY has been a gathering place for enthusiastic youth, young adults and leaders to worship, play, create, learn, make new friends, study scripture, share joy, discover, reflect, pray, sing and share. […]

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The Connection Newspaper

The Presbyterian Connection equips leaders, connects congregations and missions, facilitates communication, and highlights denominational work. Your support of The Presbyterian Connection newspaper helps ensure we maintain ties with people and congregations across the country. […]

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Mission Priority Funds

The Presbyterian Church in Canada has established seven funds to provide donors with the opportunity to match their planned gifts with vital missions and ministries. Read more about each of these special ministry/mission funds to see which area of ministry you feel called to support. […]

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The Cutting Edge of Mission

Each year at General Assembly, an award is given to recognize a person or group for their leadership on the cutting edge of mission in Canada or globally. Contributions support events related to emerging mission issues and exchanges with international partner churches. […]

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The Women’s Missionary Society

(WMS) is an autonomous organization within the PCC made up of local groups in congregations across Canada that study, pray for, and serve the mission of the church. Groups respond to long-term and emergency needs in congregations, communities, and the world.

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Presbyterian Archives

The Presbyterian Archives document the life and work of the PCC by acquiring and preserving records of enduring evidential and historical value to the Church. Contributions support the preservation of textual records, photographs, architectural plans, audio-visual recordings and more for posterity […]

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Presbyterian Museum

The National Presbyterian Museum preserves over 400 years of artifacts from the PCC. Contributions help open the museum to the public more regularly, increase the scope of the collection, provide honoraria for volunteers who give of their time to direct tours, and help employ a part-time curator. […]

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Gifts of Change Catalog

Give a gift with meaning! Not only is a gift from our catalogue unique, but you can be sure your funds will be used to carry out life-changing programs that are responding to the needs of people affected by poverty, hunger, natural disasters and conflict.

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Other ways to donate

By Mail:

50 Wynford Drive

Toronto, ON M3C  1J7

By Phone:



By PayPal:

Monthly Giving

Automatic bank withdrawals help congregations to maintain a regular, dependable flow of contributions and provide church members with a convenient way of providing ongoing, faithful support for their church. The Pre-Authorized Remittance (PAR) program allows individuals to give to their congregation or the PCC through monthly automatic debit payments. Click here to learn more about monthly giving through pre-authorized remittance.

Legacy Giving

Planned gifts often have significant tax benefits associated with them, which can lower the cost of the gift, and can leave a lasting legacy for the church. Learn how wills and bequests, publicly traded securities, charitable gift annuities, life insurance and other planned gifts can be given to the church by contacting the Stewardship & Planned Giving department at 1-800-619-7301 or click here to learn more.

For More Information

Stewardship & Planned Giving staff are available to help you turn your philanthropic wishes into reality.

For help making a gift of any kind, please contact Stewardship & Planned Giving:

  by email

  call Karen Plater, Associate Secretary, 1-800-619-7301, ext. 272

  mail to: The Presbytarian Church in Canada, 50 Wynford Drive, Toronto, Ontario M3C 1J7.

  use the Contact Stewardship form

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The information on this page does not constitute legal or professional advice and should not be substituted for appropriate professional advice. The Presbyterian Church in Canada strongly recommends that you seek professional legal and financial advice to ensure your financial situation and those of your dependents are considered; that your tax situation is reviewed; and that your legacy gift is tailored to your circumstances.