The ways to support student endeavors is as individualized as our dynamic community, but every gift bolsters our commitment to offer students powerful learning experiences that build confident and imaginative citizens, ready to thrive in their community and beyond.
We are committed to providing giving opportunities that are seamless for you from start to finish.
Give by Mail
To donate by cheque, please send your cheque, payable to Selkirk College Foundation, to our mailing address:
820 Tenth Street
Nelson BC V1L 3C7
Give in Person
To make a gift in person, please visit the Marketing, Communications & Advancement Office – located in Mary Hall, Room 202, Tenth Street Campus.
Please note our offices are currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Selkirk College Foundation issues charitable tax receipts for all gifts above $25.
Monthly giving is a convenient, budget-friendly way to support Selkirk College. Learn more about our Monthly Giving Program.
Planned giving is one of the most thoughtful ways to support Selkirk College. It allows you and your family to benefit from making a gift now, and provide a lasting remembrance of your commitment to the students at Selkirk. Let us help you develop your legacy at Selkirk College. Learn more about Planned Giving.
Options are available for employees to give back to Selkirk College. Learn more about Employee Giving.
Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards
Students are at the heart of everything we support through Selkirk College Foundation. Each year, Selkirk College students collectively face over $1 million in unmet need from government loaning programs. Your gifts can be directed to bridge this gap and provide financial aid to motivated and capable students.
Learn more about giving to Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards.
If you wish to donate non-cash assets to Selkirk College Foundation, either during your lifetime or through your estate, we can provide guidance. These donations, called gifts-in-kind, can include equipment, software, artwork, shares and real estate, as well as a residual interest in real property.
A gift-in-kind is normally valued at its fair market value. Tax receipts for your donated property or equipment work in the same way as they do for a gift of cash. Please Note: It is the responsibility of the donor to establish the fair market value of the gift. We may be able to assist you by providing guidelines for appraisals.
Our Advancement Office is here to help you find the giving option that best suits your financial and philanthropic goals. To schedule a personal appointment, please email our office.