If you're interested in donating to an endowment fund, you can choose from one of our current funds, or speak to us about creating a new one. Endowment funds ensure that life changing programs have a continuous and secure source of funding because only the interest earned on the capital is spent, while the base amount remains intact.
Our endowment funds currently include:
- The Rt. Hon. Paul Martin Sr. Biomedical & Rehabilitation Research Endowment Fund
Established in 1994 to support a new or significant contribution to science or medicine in the alleviation or prevention of a disabling condition.
- Wade Hampton Memorial Fund
The Wade Hampton Memorial Fund's goal is to create a base of $200,000, with annual earned income funding the Wade Hampton Employment Training Bursary. The bursary helps men and women with disabilities in Ontario get the additional educational and job training they need to be successful in their working lives.
- Richard Kall Memorial Fund
The Richard Kall Memorial Fund finances The Richard Kall Employee Award of Excellence. This award recognizes exceptional individuals who have made a difference in the lives of the people we serve.
- Istvan and Barbara Haas Fund
Established in 2014 to increase the independence of Canadians living with disabilities, through the acquisition of assistive devices, or vehicle retrofits for people whose needs are both physical and financial.
To make a donation contact our Fund Development Department