The Red Deer Dream Centre is financially supported by generous donors like you. We are inviting you to get involved with us operate a much-needed, 40-bed residential clinical drug and alcohol recovery centre in Red Deer’s downtown core.
$457,000 is required by the end of 2022 to open and hire 25 staff to operate the facility. Then we need to focus on our $800,000 annual operating budget for 2023. Thank you for your generosity!
Make a gift of mutual funds or securities
Become a corporate or
faith based partner.
We are grateful! We have raised our capital budget goal! BUT WE STILL NEED YOUR HELP!
We also need to raise $800,000 annually for our operating budget in order to staff the centre, buy supplies and open our doors to bring hope to the forgotten in our community!
WE NEED YOUR HELP.
It will cost $864,000 to operate the centre annually.
The Red Deer Dream Centre is as strong as the community that holds it up. With your help, we will open a 40 bed treatment centre in 2022.
THERE ARE MANY OPTIONS TO GIVE:
- Cheque or cash
- Credit card
- Stocks, bonds, precious metals, etc.
- Gifts in kind (services & supplies for the renovation)
MAILING Cheques to:
4614-50 Ave, Red Deer, AB, T4N 3Z8
Information about Giving
Cheques can be made payable to “Red Deer Dream Centre”. For donations over $20 you will receive a charitable donation receipt for the year in which the contribution was made. Please note we do not accept cash donations.
You can donate directly to the Dream Centre at any time by credit card (Visa or MasterCard) through our secure account at CanadaHelps.org. You may want to consider setting up monthly gift through your credit card. This is an easy way to give and, if at any time you want to stop, increase or decrease the amount, just contact us.
Publicly Traded Securities
A gift of publicly-traded securities is the transfer of ownership of stocks or bonds to Red Deer Dream Centre. If you own shares that have increased in value, 50 per cent of the capital gains are taxable. However, if you donate these shares in-kind to Red Deer Dream Centre, the entire gain is tax-exempt. You can donate securely via CanadaHelp.org.
Options for Giving Later
There are also ways to give to Red Deer Dream Centre at a later date.
Leave a bequest to Red Deer Dream Centre in your Will. Red Deer Dream Centre will provide an official receipt for income tax purposes to your estate when it receives the bequest. Bequests can be a specific dollar amount or a residual gift (the entire residue or portion of your estate). Bequests can be given either outright or as a contingent gift.
By naming Red Deer Dream Centre as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy, you can provide a sizeable future gift to the Foundation at an affordable current cost, without reducing what you give to family and friends through your estate. If you designate Red Deer Dream Centre as the irrevocable beneficiary or owner and beneficiary of your life insurance policy, we will be able to provide you with an official receipt for income tax purposes for the amount of premium you pay each year.
Name the Red Deer Dream Centre as the beneficiary of your Registered Retirement Savings Plan, Registered Retirement Income Fund or Tax Free Savings Account and make a significant donation, while saving your Estate from paying probate tax on the proceeds.
Gifts of Real Estate; Charitable Gift Annuity’s, Charitable Remainder Trusts and Residual Interests
These alternatives are available in consultation with the Dream Centre and your professional advisors.
For more information on ways to give, consult with the Dream Centre and your professional advisors.
What is the Red Deer Dream Centre?
The Red Deer Dream Centre‘s main focus will be instituting a live-in drug & alcohol, 40 bed recovery program located in Red Deer's downtown core, the Red Deer Dream Centre. Currently, our charity operates out of the former ‘Lotus’ nightclub on 50th Avenue downtown.
Our team is comprised of local individuals with experience in business, medical, social housing and legal backgrounds from Red Deer, Alberta. We came together because each one of us deeply cares about the addiction crises in our city and we want to help individuals trapped in addiction who want to recover.