Donations

FAIR is a registered Non-Profit organization and a fully CRA compliant Charity.  We rely on cash donations & grants from individuals, groups, businesses and foundations to provide critical enhancements to the programs we provide.  We are pleased to recognize the following recent cash or in-kind contributions:

2016 to date:

  • $475 – anonymous donor via the CHIMP Network
  • Various donors –  in memory of R. C
  • various donors to the Dental Access Fund
  • $400 grocery cards – for clients in need – from the Bahai Church

Partial listing from 2015:

  • $8000 – for the Dental Access Fund from various individual donors, dentists, denturists, businesses & groups, including: the LeRoi Community Foundation, Nelson District Credit Union (Rossland Branch),  Holy Trinity CWL Council, GrandForks District Savings Credit Union, Kiwanis Club of Trail, United Steelworkers Local 480,Trail Lions Club, Salmo Lions Club, BC Dental Hygienists Association. Rotary Club of Grand Forks, Fruitvale Community Chest, Lions Club of Nelson, PI Masters Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Whispers of Hope Grand Forks, Beaver Valley Lions,
  • $5050 – for general Transition House Programing – from various individual donors, businesses & groups, including: the Teck Employee’s & Management Trust Fund, Tuesday Morning Quilters, West Kootenay Toy Run Association, CMAW Local 2300, Minto Chapter No 79 OES, CMAW Local 2300, Trail United Church Women
  • $1050 – to be used as needed – from various individual donors, businesses & groups,  including the Royal Canadian Legion Trail Branch, Knights of Columbus BC,
  • $850 – for special treats and gifts to Transition House residents at Christmas from a long-standing Secret Santa
  • $100 in grocery gifts cards for clients in need – anonymous donor
  • $1812 – for anti-violence programs – through the Rossland Me to We “We are Silent” campaign
  • $1700 – for anti-violence programs – from the Columbia Phoenix Players presentation of the “Vaginal Monologues”
  • $1388 – for the Pregnancy Outreach program – from Shopper’s Drug Mart Life Foundation
  • $1352 –  WINS Transition House enhancements – Kootenay Savings Credit Union
  • $100 – for the Interior Crisis Line – from Natural Choice Pharmacy
  • $200 – for the CCRR – from an individual donor
  • $319 – for the annual “Clothesline Project” against violence – from Ferraro Foods
  • $25 – to help cover photocopying expenses of the Volunteer Tax Prep Program – from various individuals

Partial listing from 2014:

  • $1000 – for special treats and gifts to Transition House residents at Christmas from a long-standing Secret Santa
  •  $3900- for the Dental Access Fund from various individual donors, dentist, denturists, businesses & funds, including: Rotary Club of Grand Forks, Gospel Chapel GrandForks, Grand Forks Credit Union, Salmo Community Resource Society, United Way of Trail & District, Whispers of Hope,
  • $2100 – for the Pregnancy Outreach Program – from Shoppers Drug Mart/Pharmaprix Life Foundation
  • $1800 – for general Transition House Programing – from various individual donors, businesses & funds, including: Holy Trinity Parish, West Kootenay Toy Run Association, CMAW Local 22300, RHC Insurance Brokers, Soul Fire Dance,
  • $1500 – to be used as needed – from various individual donors, businesses & groups, including: Royal Canadian Legion, Tri-Mac Christmas Dinner 50/50, Royal Bank of Canada, Shimmy Mob Productions, FO Eagles 2838, Nelson District Credit Union (Rossland Branch)
  • $748 – for Specialized Victim Services – from Kootenay Savings Credit Union
  • $3200 – to be used for Children &Family Services – from Trail McDonalds McHappy Day Event