Help us transform lives!
Mercy Canada is 100% funded by donations from people like you - individuals, churches and businesses who are committed to restoring hope and transforming lives. Every young woman is welcomed into our program free of charge, and we do not accept government funding or any donation that could interfere with our freedom to share Christ.
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Become a Treasure Builder
Join our team of Treasure Builders! When you commit to monthly donations of any amount you are bringing hidden treasures out of darkness (Is. 45:3). You are bringing transformation to one life who will in turn take hope out into our nation. That’s why we call our monthly donors Treasure Builders. Steady monthly committed giving provides hope that transforms. It’s that simple.
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Thank you for your interest in generating awareness and support for Mercy. We are very excited to partner with individuals and businesses like you who seek to help us transform lives around the world! For ideas and information on fundraising, download our Fundraising Kit today!
To get started with fundraising for Mercy Canada and to receive materials from us such as magazines, giving envelopes or logo use guidelines, please complete the Fundraising Request Form below. Your request will be reviewed and you will be notified within 3-5 business days regarding your request.
Be a part of the team! Our volunteers provide crucial assistance in running and maintaining our ministry, Mercy Canada in turn provides volunteers with valuable experience that can be carried into life and careers. It is easy to get involved.
The Mercy Canada home sits on four acres of land. We are looking for a volunteer to do seasonal maintenance and landscape planning. If you have some experience and knowledge and love to garden, this is an opportunity to use your skill to serve hurting young women by providing a beautiful outdoor environment for them while they are at Mercy.
If you live outside of the Metro Vancouver area, being a community volunteer will give you the opportunity to promote the work of Mercy Canada in your local area. Community volunteers are trained to make presentations to local churches, community groups and schools about the work of Mercy Canada, sharing our vision of healing to both community and Christian organizations. In order for Mercy Canada to expand across Canada, we need to increase increase awareness throughout the country to reach hurting young women and to expand our financial partnership base. We need volunteers in every part of the country, particularly in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario and the Atlantic Provinces.
Event volunteers are called on to help with a variety of tasks that make Mercy Canada’s events run smoothly and enjoyably for all participants. Tasks are event specific and could include but are not limited to, planning and promoting events, administration, packing, welcoming guests and selling resources, planning décor, event set-up and take-down. This position requires good people skills, enthusiasm, a heart for the ministry and the ability to travel to event sites or planning meetings. This is an ideal position for someone who can volunteer over limited blocks of time and loves the feeling of accomplishing a set task. We ask that event volunteers commit to volunteering for at least one event a year.
If you have great computer skills, an eye for detail, a love of multitasking and a passion to serve others, we’re looking for people like you to support our office staff. We would train you to answer phones, put together mail-outs, provide administrative support to our corporate and house staff, and a whole host of other duties. Volunteering in the Mercy Canada office allows a good overview of the ministry and the time commitment can vary from weekly to one to two days per month.
At Mercy Canada we value compassion, leadership, teamwork, integrity and diversity. As we empower our residents, we offer our staff the opportunity to rise to their full potential while they invest in others. We model unconditional acceptance that generates an atmosphere of love, safety and community.