Donate Now

Thank you for sharing in our mission through your financial gift.

Magnificat Ministries is a federally incorporated not-for-profit charity. All donations to this apostolate are tax-deductible. Income tax receipts are issued at year end. Several options are available through which you can make your donation.

Option A: Interac e-transfer 

This convenient option is beneficial to us since only a minimal fee is charged to the sender as opposed to a percentage of the donation being withheld. E-transfers are directly deposited into our business account. The process is completely secure and very simple:

  1. Login to your banking institution and select Transfers
  2. Choose Interac e-transfers
  3. Enter marcel@magnificatministries.ca as the recipient
  4. Choose the account from which to send your transfer and enter the amount
  5. Enter a security question and answer – be sure to send us the answer!     (You also have the option to send us a message)

Option B: CanadaHelps.org

CanadaHelps.org is a not-for-profit charity that exists specifically to help small charities like ours offer Online Donation services to their benefactors. Monthly or one time giving – through a credit card – is both safe and simple.

This choice offers you the option of setting up monthly automated debits.

An administration fee of 3.9% is deducted from your donation to cover their operational costs. An income tax receipt is issued directly to you by CanadaHelps.org. The link below will take you directly to our account with CanadaHelps.

Donate Now Through CanadaHelps.org!

Option C: Post-dated cheques

Post Dated cheques are gratefully accepted; please make payable to MAGNIFICAT MINISTRIES and mail to:

18 Hawarden Avenue
Brantford, ON
N3T 4H3

Option D: PayPal

PayPal is a global e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet. Online donations serve as electronic alternatives to paying with traditional paper methods, such as cheques. PayPal charges non-profit organizations – such as us – a reduced rate.