• Registration Number: 859148736RR0001
  • All donations are tax deductible.


How to Donate

There are a number of ways to make a donation.

  • Credit Card

    Use the form above to securely donate using your credit card. We support Visa, Master Cards, and American Express.

  • Interac e-Transfer

    Interac e-Transfer is a convenient way to send, request and receive money directly from one bank account to another. All you need is access to online or mobile banking through a participating financial institution. user the following email address to send your e-Transfers. How to e-Transfer


  • Cheque (Made Payable to "Paradise Charity Group")

    Cheques can be written for sponsoring a child, either through one cheque provided for the entire year, equally proportioned by the charity for each month
    Or Post dated cheques for the year, withdrawn each month
    Cheques can also be made for one time donations

  • Cash

    You can make cash donations by either bringing it directly to our charity (Unit 202A, 328 HWY 7E, Richmond Hill)
    Please do not mail any cash

  • Bank

    Note: Please notify us upon deposit and provide a bank receipt in order to determine the donor and be able to issue a tax receipt.

    You can make a donation through bank transfer to the following accounts:

    • ScotiaBank (Transit# 45922 Account# 0072311)
    • RBC Bank (Transit# 00888 Account# 1017086)

    For transferred donations, please call, fax, or email us your bank receipt and address. This information is required for issuing a tax receipt.

  • Gift Cards

    It is beautiful to convey your message of love, hope and support in the moments of happiness or sadness to those you love with a gift. However, it is more beautiful to express your message of love with the enduring impact of a more meaningful gift. The Paradise charity gift cards highlight the importance of special celebrations, such as a baby shower, a birthday or sharing a life together. Moreover, they can be given in honour and memory of the loved ones who have passed away.

    With purchasing the Paradise charity gift cards for different occasions, you help to transform the life of a forgotten child or a family in need, which in turn will bring you and your loved ones, the God’s provision and blessing. Enclosed with the Paradise charity gift card is a section that is filled by the recipient of the gift who decides on how the funds are spent, such as food, health care, education, and so on. All gift recipients will receive a tax receipt for the donation you have made.

    As noted, each Paradise charity gift card has two sections. The first part indicates the amount of the gift ($20, $30, $50, $100, $200) and the name of the donor and recipient of the gift. The second section is filled by the gift recipient for the purpose of choosing the option of spending the funds (food, health care, education, etc.) and the information required for tax receipt.

All donations are tax deductable.

Revenue Canada Business Identification:
(Charitable Reg.)# 859148736RR0001

How your donations are spent

At Paradise Charity Group, we make sure that all donated funds are spent precisely as each sponsor instructs. The donations can be spent towards monthly payments, birthday gifts, educational expenses, extracurricular activities, etc. They can also be used for the purchase and distribution of ready-to-serve meals and raw ingredients, or for sheep slaughter services and meat distribution. Furthermore, donations can be spent to create job opportunities for the head of the family, who is usually the sponsored child’s mother. Should a sponsor not identify how their donation is to be used, their donations are placed in our children's General Expenses Fund.The General Expenses Fund pays for a monthly amount of $15 per child, for children who have yet to be sponsored. This account also pays for disaster relief efforts in events such as flooding, earthquakes, or pandemics.In addition to the monthly allowance, our sponsored children receive 3 to 4 extra payments per year for the following items: Norooz Eidy, Ramadan expenses, back to school supplies and winter clothing. Some sponsors cover the extra expenses of their child partially or in full. The General Expenses Fund can also be used as extra payments to cover the deficit of the amount that each child receives.