How to Donate in Canada
To send your donation, follow the easy-to-use instructions outlined below:
1. Log into your online or mobile banking app and select the account.
2. Choose or add your recipient’s email ([email protected]).
3. Enter the amount.
Security question is not needed since the recipient has registered for Interac e-Transfer® Autodeposit.
Suggested donation amounts (CAD) for NAMTA Canada members and founding members:
Founding patron – $1,000
Founding member – $500
NAMTA Member – $100
Friends and allies, every single dollar counts. Thank you!
Why Interac e-Transfer?
100% of the proceeds go to NAMTA Canada instead of being eaten up in credit card and other fees. And it is easy to use, all Canadian banks are Interac e-Transfer enabled, and to send us money you just need to add us as a recipient using the email above.
Is this donation tax-deductible?
Not at the moment. NAMTA Canada is a Federally registered corporation as a non-profit organization under the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act. Our Corporation number is 1500671-6.
We will be applying to be designated as a Registered Charity in order to provide receipts to our generous donors in the future. We will keep you posted on that. Please do not let that stop you from donating. The need is too great.
Thank you to everyone who has already donated!
Families have lost their loved ones, beaten to death in front of them, shot to death, hurt and injured.
There are funerals to plan, injured to tend to, and the mental trauma that that comes from being under attack is just beginning.
When you left the house in a hurry with only the clothes on your back or a small bag, how do you rebuild?
Some people don’t have all their documents. Clothes, jewelry, electronics, pots and pans, pictures, photo albums, homework, school work… all is gone.
In many instances, the mob returned with a truck. They tried on clothes, carted off furniture.
Food, Water, Medicines
Overnight over 25,000 had to go into hiding, were hunted by rampaging mobs before they could get to safety.
Safety was a makeshift camp in a police station, army barracks, at a university, with a neighbor.
Camps do not have basic facilities, do not have enough water and food, and were attacked by the mobs.
The police and army are trying their best, but they themselves are under attack.
The count continues to grow as we get more information.
Churches, the source of comfort for people in their time of need themselves cannot provide that much needed help.