More Ways To Give

Thank you for choosing to support our work! Your gift empowers children, their families, and entire communities in need. Make a one time donation online, join our monthly giving program The Hub or contribute via one of the following methods.  

Mail a Cheque
Please make your cheque payable to World Bicycle Relief.

Mail to:
World Bicycle Relief Canada
c/o Rogue Inc
Attn: Development 
255 Courtneypark Drive West
Mississauga, ON L5W 0A5

Wire Gifts
For inquiries about wire gifts, please email with the email subject line: “Donation / Wire”

World Bicycle Relief Canada 
BMO Financial Group
100 King Street West, Toronto, ON M5X 1A3
Institution Code: 001
Bank Transit # 00022
Bank Account # 1796-570

Gifts of Securities 
Please have your broker contact with your name, the number of shares and expected date of transfer. Please use the email subject line: “Donation / Securities”

For Canadian Stocks:
Details: CUID# NTDT
Broker: BMO InvestorLine
Acct #: 2309372718
Acct Name: World Bicycle Relief Canada

For US Stocks:
Details: DTC Number 5043
Broker: BMO InvestorLine
Acct #: 23093727
Acct Name: World Bicycle Relief Canada

Employer Matching 
Many employers will match your donation. Contact your employer’s Human Resources department to see if they match charitable donations. Questions? Contact for more information.  

Corporate Giving 
Learn more about our corporate giving program here

Planned  Giving 
A planned gift is a gift that is structured and that integrates sound personal, financial, and estate-planning concepts with your plans for lifetime giving. A planned gift has tax implications and is often transmitted through a legal instrument, such as a will or a trust. These gifts provide an estate tax deduction and have a tremendous impact on our ability to support our mission. If you would like information on how to include World Bicycle Relief in your will or estate plan, we recommend you speak with a tax professional.

Donor-Advised Funds 
A Donor Advised Fund (DAF) is a separately identified account set up through a public foundation operating as a Canadian registered charity. It allows donors to make a charitable contribution, receive an immediate tax benefit and then recommend grants from the fund over time. An easy way to think about a donor-advised fund is like a charitable savings account: a donor contributes to the fund as frequently as they like and then recommends grants to their favorite charity when they are ready. Please check with your financial advisor how to recommend a donation to World Bicycle Relief through this vehicle.