How to Give

There are many ways to support us in reaching our goal of bringing independence and quality of life to Canadians with a disability. ASABC (formerly DSABC) supporters make it possible for the program to continue and offer a unique experience for people with physical disabilities.

1. Donate Online

Receive a tax receipt automatically when you donate to ASABC through CanadaHelps.

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2. Mail a Donation Cheque

When you mail a check of $25 or more directly to the society, you can receive a tax receipt. Your financial contribution changes lives. Please address the check to:

Adaptive Sailing BC
110-​​2285 Clark Drive
Vancouver, BC V5N 3G9

3. Corporate Giving & Sponsorship

Philanthropic donations separate your organization from the competition, foster company loyalty, and can bring tax breaks!

Create a positive image while reaching out to a wider demographic. Aligning your brand with positive, life-enhancing activities will bring you promotional exposure – consider it a new marketing strategy.

Click the button below for more information on our “Stars on the Water” corporate sponsorship:

4. Consider Planned Giving Options

Leaving a legacy in your financial or estate plan can bring tax benefits. Options include leaving a bequest in your will, gift annuities, remainder trusts, endowment gifts, donation of securities, and donation of boats. Talk to us for more information about this.

5. Fundraise now

Support a cause you’re passionate about. You don’t need to be a professional, and you don’t need to wait for an occasion. CanadaHelps is your one-stop shop for donating and fundraising for ASABC.

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6. Support our ongoing programs as a volunteer

Lend us a hand, share your technical expertise, play a part. There’s always room for committed, compassionate individuals who want to give their skills to improving their own community.

7. Boat Donation Program

Are you interested in selling a boat? Consider the win-win of donating it instead! Breeze provides a quick, easy and financially beneficial alternative to the hassle of selling a boat.