Your generous support brings us one step closer to realizing our vision.
Each year we are able to provide more than 40,000 hours of specialized respite, palliative, and residential care to families from communities across Ontario because of donors like you.
Donations can be made online, by phone, or by mail.
Our monthly donors make a difference daily. Dedicated to supporting us for the long-haul, their cumulative impact is changing lives.
As the need for our services continues to grow, so does the need for reliable and consistent resources that help sustain our programming.
Becoming a monthly donor is one of the greatest ways you can give.
Wills & Bequests
A charitable bequest made through your will is simple and impactful way of giving.
It allows you to leave a larger gift to The Darling Home for Kids than would be possible during a lifetime.
By planning today, you can have a tremendous impact on our programs and services and give hope to children and families for generations to come.
Thanks to an incredible community of donors, volunteers, and supporters, The Darling Home for Kids has grown to became symbol in our community of paediatric excellence, representing high-quality care, and endless potential for each child who comes through our doors. Countless families have reached out over the years seeking care for their child, a community who understands, or someone to help lighten their caregiving load. These families are often overwhelmed and worried, each with their own story of appointments, diagnoses, tests, and the unknown. They come stretched beyond what they can handle, and their resilience is tested with every new development. With your help, we are able to give these families hope, and ensure they receive the care they need to enjoy precious moments with their child.
Hear it from Our Donors
Rosanne Longo, Longo’s Family Foundation
“The Darling Home for Kids is a place where kids can feel at home, when they simply can’t be at home. It’s a place of fun, joy, comfort and familiarity. It’s a place that provides much-needed respite for families. Kristin has been the Chief Executive Officer for a number of years and that kind of dedication to the kids and their families truly demonstrates the passion and advocacy that permeates throughout the home, the staff and the volunteers.”