When you contribute to First Funds Society and / or Lu’ma Native Housing Society, you help us to provide:
- Aboriginal Youth Mentorship & Housing program to enable individuals make successful transitions from government care to adulthood;
- Ready to Rent program to enable individuals prepare for gaining and keeping housing;
- Community Voice Mail to enable individuals who are homeless or phoneless connect to jobs & housing opportunities, family, supportive and community services.
Become a Monthly Donor
Monthly giving is a convenient and cost-effective way for you to help us continue to provide programs and services to homeless mothers and their children, patients who are healing from medical crisis and programs for foster children. You will receive a tax deductable receipt for your contribution.
Your donation is automatically charged or deducted monthly from your credit card or bank account, and you can cancel at anytime.
In Memory/In Honour
You can make a gift to First Funds Society in memory or in honour of someone you care about. This is a special way of paying tribute to a loved one by helping the Aboriginal community in their name. Acknowledgement of your gift will be sent, along with information about the work of Lu’ma Native Housing Society.
You can decide to leave a gift to First Funds Society when you are preparing your will. The tax deduction reduces the amount of money your family will have to pay to taxes.
This is a meaningful way to make a lasting gift to the Aboriginal community in Vancouver served by Lu’ma Native Housing Society’s programs and services to homeless and to medical patients. You only need to name First Funds Society as beneficiary in your will and indicate the amount. You can leave a percentage of your estate, the residue or a specific cash donation, a paid-up life insurance policy, securities or property. Your lawyer can contact us for any legal information that is required. A bequest offers flexibility. You retain complete control during your lifetime and it provides your heirs with tax relief.