There are many ways you can support the Men’s Trauma Centre.

Every dollar helps reduce barriers for masculine identified persons trying the get help they need. Your donation can help bring them one step closer to the support they need.

  • $50 can help our outreach workers reach masculine identified persons in the community and let them know they are not alone.
  • $70 provides one counselling session for a masculine identified person.
  • $200 can cover the fees for one masculine identified person to get group support for 10 weeks.

Make a one-time donation or consider becoming a monthly donor.

Give By Mail
Print out a donation form, fill it out, and mail your donation in. Please only send cheques through the mail.
We are located at: 847 Fisgard St, Victoria, BC V8W 1R9

Come By In-Person
We’d love to see you. Drop your donation off at the Men’s Trauma Centre: 847 Fisgard Street
If you have any questions about making a donation please call 250-381-6367 or email info @ menstrauma dot com

Leave a Gift in your Will
A gift in your will can help the Men’s Trauma Centre plan for the future and ensure that a legacy of support and care continues in the community

You can also give:

  • A gift of publicly-traded securities such as stocks, bonds or mutual funds
  • Gifts of Life Insurance

For more information about ways of making a legacy gift visit here and talk to your financial planner.

Organize a Fundraising Event
Do you have a great idea for a fundraiser that you’d like to host on behalf of the Men’s Trauma Centre?

While we can’t help organize or run an event, we can help promote it and support it. Some examples of events that people have done for us are:

  • Comosun College
  • Criminal Justice Program donated the proceeds of their fundraising to the Men’s Trauma Centre
  • Allegra Singers donated part of the proceed of their concert to the Men’s Trauma Centre
  • A wonderful couple asked for donations instead of wedding presents and chose the Men’s Trauma Centre as a recipient

The opportunities are limitless and all the money that is raised through these events goes to our subsidy fund that pays for counselling for masculine identified persons who just can’t afford it.