Donate and Support Alongside
Alongside International is a program of Partners International and ASSIST Canada that exists to mobilize Canadians from all walks of life to provide direct, hands-on relief to those living in poverty and despair.
You can provide support to Alongside in any of the following ways. Here's how:
- Make an online donation to support Alongside Program. Note: Please designate your gift to Alongside International under "Additional Information" on the donation page
- Write a cheque, payable to Partners International and designated to "Alongside"
- To donate goods that can be used on an Alongside trip e-mail David Miclash about gifts of goods and services
Revenue Canada income tax receipts will be issued for 100% of your donation.
We can't do it alone, but together we can make a difference. We are truly privileged to have hundreds of people come alongside and support our efforts. Here are a few of the contributions made by donors.
- A&G Roofing
- Attrell Toyota
- Compass Point Bible Church
- Calvary Baptist Church
- Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
- Cougar Shoes — shoes for Peru
- Christian Salvage Mission
- Coldwell Banker
- Emmanuel International
- Family Christian Bookstore, Burlington — supporting artisans
- Foundation Distributing
- Galcom International
- Grindstone Valley Bible Church
- Highroad Computers
- Investment Planning Council
- IT Exchange
- John Teklenburg International
- Life Chiropractic Services
- Lazier Hickey Lawyers
- Maple Pharmacy
- Multiserv Canada — money for wells in Africa
- New Electric
- Niagara Warehouse of Hope
- Sew on Fire Ministries
- Dr. Ken and Denise Taylor — medical supplies
- Timbergreen Landscaping
- Trillium International Shipping
- University of Western Ontario
- West 49
Ron Sedlbauer, President (and ex-NHL hockey player) of Cougar Shoes.
Supporting local artisans in Nigeria, whose products are sold at the Family Christian Bookstore in Burlington.
Tobyn Pearson and Ian Kirk of Multiserv Canada created "Wishing Wells" to collect funds for building and drilling wells in Africa.
Ontario Public Service employees in Nigeria, with help from their employer.
Dr. Ken and Denis Taylor provide medical supplies for outreach.