Follow these simple steps to give one day’s pay on or before December 1, World AIDS Day.
1. Calculate a Day’s Pay
We suggest a day’s pay, but it’s up to you to give what you are able – a few hours, a half day, a week’s pay. Whatever you decide to give will make a difference.
2. Make Your Donation
Determine your method of payment (online or cheque) and use the links below to make your donation directly to one of two different recipient organizations:
- Donate Online
- If you are part of a workplace campaign, please indicate your workplace name on the donations page of the organization
- Donate By Cheque
If you have a workplace campaign place the cheque in an envelope which can be given to the workplace coordinator or dropped in an allocated box. Participants in workplace campaigns may choose to mail a donation directly to the organization with a note explaining that it is part of the Give a Day campaign at your workplace.Dignitas International
2 Adelaide Street West, Suite 200
Toronto, ON M5H 1L6
CanadaThe Stephen Lewis Foundation
260 Spadina Avenue Suite 501
Toronto, Ontario M5T 2E4
Individuals who mail a cheque should include a note indicating it is for the Give a Day campaign.
If your company is currently running a campaign for Give a Day, your group may decide to make donations by cheque to a designated person. If you are also donating on-line, let the designated person know so your group can keep a record of your totals.
3. Encourage Family, Friends & Colleagues to Donate!
Let them know about Give A Day in person or on the web with one of many tools: Email, Twitter, Facebook...
Give a Day does not collect any donations directly and as such cannot issue any tax receipts. However, the two trusted recipient organizations will issue tax receipts. When individuals make on-line donations, they are issued tax receipts immediately. Donations not made on-line will be issued tax receipts early in the following year.