Donors can give in many different ways. Thank you for your generosity.


Our fundraising goal is $1 million per year

Our history makes us uniquely equipped to deliver these programs and services, but we need your financial support in order to grow.


One-Time Donation

This type of giving is to recognize a milestone, celebrate a special person, special day or holiday, like a birthday or Mother’s Day. Or, you can make a donation in memory of someone special.

You can dedicate your gift by donating on line, or by sending us your cheque with the details of your dedication. Or, you can contact us at any time. Let us know if you would like us to send an acknowledgement card to the person you wish to honour.


Donating Shares

Donors who donate certain publicly traded securities (like stocks and bonds) "in kind" to Canadian registered charities, such as Northern Bridge Community Partnership, are exempt from the payment of capital gains tax on any profit created by the fair market value of the donation.

Please contact us if you would like to donate publicly traded securities.


Leaving a Gift in Your Will

Your support today makes it possible for us to create lasting, positive change in the lives of indigenous people in northern Canada. And when you plan a gift in your long-term estate or financial plans, you will help to ensure that the mission of building bridges and relationships with your northern brothers and sisters will continue for many years to come.

Remembering Northern Bridge Community Partnership in your will is an act that is generous, powerful and surprisingly simple. 

Talk it over with your family and loved ones, then speak to your lawyer about drafting or revising your will. Or, call us to learn more.

Be sure to inform us of your bequest and your wishes. It gives us the opportunity to thank you, and more importantly, to discuss what you hope your gift will accomplish.


To learn more about how your gift will make a difference, contact us.

Carol Lohuis  | 877-606-6784  |  Development@NorthernBridge.org