Ways to Support Us
True to the tradition and philosophy of hospices around the world we offer care and support to our residents and families without charge. In order to offer the medical care and the number of staff that is expected and necessary in a hospice environment we must currently raise $950,000 a year for annual operating costs. We rely on the generosity of individuals, service clubs, foundations, local businesses and on our own fundraising events.
The Ian Anderson House Foundation is a registered non-profit charitable organization (#13890 4602 RR0001).
All donations of $15.00 or more will receive a receipt for income tax purposes. Donations may be made by mail, phone, internet or in person.
Ways to Support Us
Please make cheque payable to “Ian Anderson House” and mail to:
P.O. Box 61034
511 Maple Grove Drive
Oakville, ON L6J 7P5
Call (905) 337-8004 and a volunteer will be happy to take your information over the phone.
To donate stock or securities, or for more information, please contact Margaret Marino at (905) 337-8004 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any planned gift, or bequests, please contact Margaret Marino at (905) 337-8004 or by email at email@example.com
Donate a Car Canada accepts donations of used cars from every province, and makes car removal, car recycling or junking a car an easy process. The process is handled by them and a tax receipt is issued to you from Ian Anderson House.
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We have many items on our wish list that we are always in need of and always grateful to accept.
Some of these items include:
- Grocery Store Gift Certificates
- Costco Gift Certificates
- Toilet Paper
- Hand Soap Pumps
- Paper Towels
- Compostable Bags
- Wet Wipes for Personal Care (Non-flushable)
- Lysol Disinfecting wipes
For larger items, please contact Margaret Marino at (905) 337-8004 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Memory Wall, which is situated on the grounds of the hospice, was conceptualized and funded by Margaret Anderson, Founder of Ian Anderson House. We engrave the wall annually, with residents names whose family have made a donation for a “Day of Care” for our six residents.
A reception is held for families and friends on the grounds of Ian Anderson House when the panels are back in the garden. Families are also welcome to visit the Memory Wall at any time.
For more information about the Memory Wall, please contact Margaret Marino 905-337-8004 or Margaret@ianandersonhouse.com