Help make a positive impact in our community.

Your contribution will directly impact the lives of seniors, children, individuals, and families, who lack the resources to provide for their basic needs - adequate food, clothing, housing, education, safety, and security.

Every dollar donated provides opportunity for Break Free to extend a helping hand to those who need one. Your donation will make a significant impact in the present and future of the people we serve. You will be a DIFFERENCE MAKER.

If you have a special request as to how your donation is to be handled, please connect with us and we will work with you to ensure your gift is being directed to make the specific impact you have envisioned.

When you choose “General Donation” you are helping to support a wide range of programs and services offered by Break Free, enabling your contribution to go where it is needed most.

There are several options to choose from in making your donation.  Automatic monthly withdrawal, cheque, and E-transfer options provide us with 100% of your donation.  A small service fee is charged by CanadaHelps, the online giving option.

Donate Online

Donate with a credit card through our CanadaHelps profile. There you can set up a one-time gift or a monthly contribution, and you will receive a tax receipt from CanadaHelps.

Donate online

Automatic monthly withdrawal

Download this form and return to us via email or mail.


  • Send your e-transfers to: [email protected]
  • Security question: What is this for?
  • Answer: donation

If you would like a tax receipt, please also include your name and mailing address in the message box.


Please make your cheque payable to Break Free Outreach Ministries Inc. and mail it to:

Break Free Outreach Ministries
Box 27021 RPO Avonhurst
Regina, SK
S4R 8R8

Donation Policy

Spending of funds is confined to board approved programs, support services, and projects. Each contribution directed toward an approved program, support service, or project will be used as restricted with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason as determined by the board, the remaining restricted contributions will be used where most needed.