Ways to add money to your Impact Account
Your Impact Account is like an online bank account for charitable giving.
With Charitable Impact, you can add money to your account any time you want. Then, you can gift it to any registered charity in Canada, or a Giving Group or Campaign on Charitable Impact. You can also send charitable dollars from your account to friends and family with Impact Accounts so they can give the money away to charities and causes of their choice.
There are a number of ways you can add money to your Impact Account
1) Credit cards and Apple Pay
One of the easiest ways to add money to your Impact Account is by credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express.
If you're using the iOS app, you can also add money through Apple Pay.
Charges will appear as "CHIMP FNDN* DONATION" on your credit card statement.
You can also add money to your Impact Account by cheque.
- Please complete this form to indicate the amount, information to be shared, and your Impact Account details.
- Please address cheques to Charitable Impact Foundation.
Please mail cheques to:
Charitable Impact Foundation
Suite 1250 - 1500 West Georgia Street
Giving directly to a charity, Giving Group, or Campaign by cheque
If you’d like, you can instruct us to give the money you’re adding by cheque to a specific charity, Giving Group, or Campaign on Charitable Impact instead of simply adding money to your Impact Account balance. We’ll send the money to the recipient once we’ve received and processed your cheque and corresponding form.
Tax receipts for cheque donations
When adding money by cheque, a tax receipt will be electronically issued to you by email (so please be sure to include your email address on the cheque donation form). If you haven’t received your tax receipt by email within four (4) weeks of sending in your cheque donation, please contact us at email@example.com.
In addition to adding money by credit card and cheque, Charitable Impact accepts donations of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other securities. We can also accept privately traded securities.