There are many ways to help the children at Halton Trauma Centre:

Make a corporate contribution: A reflection of your company’s commitment to the prevention and treatment of child abuse in your community. Your support will be recognized throughout Halton, including our annual report and our website.

Run a fundraising campaign at work: A great way to build morale and teamwork while communicating the urgent need for treatment of abused children.

Sponsor a Halton Trauma Centre event: Our fundraising coordinator will work with you to ensure your company is well-recognized for its contribution to the sponsored event. There are always several options for sponsorship to choose from, and each offering different levels of recognition so you may choose the right level for your company.

Make an individual gift: A personal contribution reflects your own commitment to preventing and treating child abuse and neglect. You may choose to make a one-time gift, monthly, bi-annual or annual gift.

Organize a Community “fun-raisers”: With the dedication and enthusiasm of individuals and companies throughout our community, we are able to raise vital dollars to fund programs benefiting abused and neglected children as well as to raise awareness about the plight of so many high-risk children living within our communities.

Bequest – A future gift: A bequest is a gift made by will. By directing a portion of your estate (generally a specified amount or percentage of the revenue) to the Halton Trauma Centre, you can significantly reduce the taxes payable upon death. A bequest comes into effect upon death and a donor retains the flexibility to alter the gift throughout his or her lifetime. The tax and other implications vary and should be carefully reviewed in order to determine the best approach. Add a link to the rest of the info on the present website regarding bequests We recognize the amount of time and energy that goes into creating a successful fundraising event. Thank you for providing hope, treatment and care! If you have any questions please feel free to contact our Fundraising Coordinator, Margaret McConnell