Grace Manor is a registered charity and issues charitable donation receipts that may be used for income tax purposes.

Gifts may be in the form of cash, cheque or money order; appropriate “gifts in kind” are also gratefully received and are eligible for a charitable donation receipt.


Through its parent organization, The Salvation Army, Grace Manor is eligible to receive bequests.  Benefactors may name Grace Manor specifically as a beneficiary of wills, insurance policies, etc.


To provide increased access to an attractive inner courtyard, where residents can relax, as well as participate in social activities, tend the flower planters, and generally provide a safe environment for residents who may tend to wander in order to enjoy an outdoor atmosphere


We have a site that would lend itself to a walking trail around the property.  This would provide a safe area for residents to walk and exercise. Ideally, the walkway would include rest areas with attractive arbours and perhaps games areas, such as checker board, mini golf, etc.


Donors who contribute $1,000 or more are recognized by having their names inscribed on a brass plaque mounted on an attractive donor recognition wall
Friend:            $1000-$4,999
Builder:           $5,000-$24,999
Founder:         $25,000-$99,999
Patron:            $100,000-$499,999
Benefactor:    $500,000-$999,999;
Major Benefactor: $!,000,000 and over
Donor Recognition Wall


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