Your gifts at work
Abby is seven years old and for the next 18 months, she'll receive treatment for precursor B lymphoblastic lymphoma, a type of cancer. Read her story from her dad Drew's perspective and see how financial donors and blood transfusions are part of her story.
Aary and his family’s journey has been difficult, but it’s also hopeful, because hope is what financial support makes possible. We’re grateful to Aary’s mom Jenny for sharing his story with us, and hope that it inspires you as well.
Why does Canadian Blood Services need to fundraise?
Financial gifts help save lives. Canadian Blood Services receives operational funding from the provincial and territorial ministries of health (except Quebec). Charitable donations supplement this funding and help us provide better outcomes for Canadian patients.
Where do I send my financial donation, or how can I contact you?
What is your policy on administrative costs?
Canadian Blood Services will direct no more than 20% of financial donations to cover administrative costs.
What is your Charitable Registration and official name?
Our official legal name is Canadian Blood Services and our charitable registration number is 87015 7641 RR0001.
Will I receive a tax receipt for my gift?
As a registered charity, Canadian Blood Services issues charitable tax receipts for all eligible financial donations.
Where can I find your corporate reports including the annual report to financial donors?
Our corporate publications are available electronically or for download in PDF format here.