Donations from people like you directly improve the wellbeing and happiness of the people we are privileged to care for. Your donations help us provide enhanced programs and services, so all who come through our doors can live as fully as possible, with joy and purpose.

Why give to Broadmead Care?

Our goal is to create a homelike environment for people and their families, with experiences and activities that honour their life history, support their strengths and challenges, and maintain their dignity. Your donations help us purchase equipment and fund programs for residents and clients that help them enjoy a sense of belonging, respect, and acceptance, and that helps provide opportunities for all to live life as fully as possible.

Your Gift Will Be Matched

Your Gift Will Be Matched


The JAYMAC FUND through the Victoria Foundation will match your donation to the New Home for Nigel House Campaign.

Up to $150,000 will be matched for the New Home for Nigel House Campaign — building a new home for adults living with complex physical and emotional needs.

(see Campaign Projects for more information)

How to Donate

You can direct your donation to any of our Care Homes – Beckley Farm Lodge, Harriet House, Nigel House, Rest Haven Lodge, Veterans Health Centre, or Veterans Memorial Lodge – and please let us know if you would like it allocated to a specific program or fundraising campaign, such as renovations, gym equipment, or staff education, or for our Feels Like Home or Nigel House campaigns. Whichever way you choose to help, your gift will be greatly appreciated and recognized according to your wishes.

Thank you. Your generosity allows us to do so much more, and we are deeply grateful for your contribution.

Donate Now

  1. Donate Online
  2. Mail in or drop off your completed Donation Form.
  3. Phone (250) 658-3274 or (250) 658-0311 to make your donation.

Donate Monthly

Making a monthly donation is an easy way to provide ongoing support for residents and clients. The donation amount of your choice is charged to your credit card or debited from your bank account on either the 1st or 15th of every month. You can stop your donation at any time.

Memorial Tribute Gifts

Memorial Tribute Gifts

Tribute Gifts

Memorial donations are a way to thank staff for the care provided to loved ones. Your donation helps purchase equipment or funds renovations that enhance the lives of those who live with us, and also make work easier for our staff. They also can be directed to any of our programs, such as Music and Memories, creative arts, or spiritual care. At your request, we will notify the next-of-kin that you have remembered their loved one – your donation amount is not shared. With the permission of the next-of-kin, the name of the person in whose memory you have made your donation will be recorded in the memorial section of our Donor Recognition Book located in the main lobby at Veterans Memorial Lodge.

Grateful Family Program

Families and residents often ask us how they can say ‘thank you’ for the outstanding compassion and care provided at Broadmead Care. Some express their appreciation with a hug, handshake or a note, but feel they want to do something more.

The Grateful Family Program is a meaningful way for you to show thanks through a gift, to honour a particular staff member, volunteer, or department as a whole who made a difference for you, and to celebrate the care received.

Make a donation to the Grateful Family Program .

Read more about the Grateful Family Program.

Gifts of Stock & Securities

Gifts of Stock & Securities

Gift of Publicly Listed Securities

Donating gifts of appreciated publicly listed securities such as stocks, bonds, or mutual fund units is a simple and tax-effective way of giving. The capital gains on appreciated securities are exempt from tax when securities are donated ‘as is’ to Broadmead Care. (If you sell appreciated securities, 50 percent of the capital gain is taxable.) Additionally, you get a tax receipt for the fair market value of the securities at the closing price on the day they are received into Broadmead Care’s brokerage account.

Donating stock is easy. Simply instruct your broker to transfer the shares ‘as is’ directly to the Broadmead Care brokerage account. This can be done as an electronic transfer or in the form of a share certificate in your name delivered to Broadmead Care. We will work with your advisor to ensure the transfer goes well and will deliver your tax receipt to you.

If you are considering donating securities to Broadmead Care, download and complete this form. For more information please call Mandy Parker, VP Philanthropy & Communication, at (250) 658-3226 or email Thank you!

The information on this page is not legal or financial advice. Broadmead Care encourages donors to contact their professional advisors when considering a gift of publicly listed securities.

Gifts in Your Will

Gifts in Your Will

Will Power

A charitable bequest is a donation that you specify in your Will. Your bequest to Broadmead Care is a magnanimous gesture of kindness and generosity that will greatly enhance care for veterans, seniors, and adults with physical disabilities.

To include Broadmead Care in your Will, work with your lawyer or notary to create a new Will or to add a codicil to your existing Will.

Download your free Legacy Giving brochure.

For Financial Advisors

Legal Name: Broadmead Care Society

Registered charity no.: 129290383 RR0001

Capital Projects

Capital Projects

New Home for Nigel House – $3,000,000

Your donation will help the New Home for Nigel House campaign fund the balance of its goal. Nigel House, located in Saanich, is home to 26 adults with varying degrees of disabilities.  You will be helping to build a new home with increased capacity including: 41 beds residential care beds for adults with disabilities, 37 affordable housing units, and 10 assisted living 10 units.  The community has been generous, and with your help, together we could raise the balance of $560,000.

Rest Haven Lodge – Sunroom Replacement Project – $150,000

Rest Haven Lodge, located in Sidney, is home to 73 adults who require long term care. Built in 1982, the two-story building was designed to include two glass atriums, with specialized tinted glass — one on the first floor and one on the second. Thirty-eight years later, the glass atriums have begun to show their age and are starting to fail. Instead of replacing the specialized glass, a new design will see both atriums replaced with a roofline that will match the rest of the building and will include picture windows. The renovations will also include a face lift with a fresh coat of paint. Plus there will be an outdoor space covered with an overhang, so residents can enjoy the outdoors while under cover.  Join Craig Mearns who has contributed $40,000, and invites you to do what you can. 

Fundraising Priorities

Fundraising Priorities

Fundraising Priorities

We need your help to build communities where people of all ages and abilities can experience wellbeing and happiness. Your gift today supports those who call Broadmead Care home by helping provide a familiar, comfortable, caring environment that feels like home – their home.

Equipment for all Care Homes – $32,500

There is a continuous need to replace slings, slider sheets, fall mats and soft call bells in all of Broadmead Care Homes.

Feels Like Home Renovation Project – $250,000

Picture this – a long term care complex that feels like home, with vibrant common areas, spaces where young and old connect and build friendships, and where people feel a sense of purpose. We have begun to renovate and update our aging care homes, including Beckley Farm Lodge, Rest Haven Lodge and Veterans Memorial Lodge, into places that feel as much like home as possible, and that are warm and welcoming. We’re adding new paint, textures, flooring, and window covering.  We’re creating common areas that encourage residents to socialize with their neighbours, at a time when family and friend visits are limited, helping to fill the halls once again with conversation and laughter.

New Home for Nigel House – $3,000,000

Your donation of $100 monthly will help the New Home for Nigel House campaign fund the balance of its goal. The community has been generous, and with your help, together we could raise the balance of $560,000 to provide a new home for adults with disabilities (41 beds), affordable housing (37 units), and assisted living spaces (10 units).


More Information About Donations

Impact of Your Donations

Ron’s Story
On a sunny afternoon in early January, Ron, who lives at Nigel House, took more steps down the hall than he’d taken in months – 45, to be exact! It was the joyful achievement of months of hard work with the Occupational Therapist and Therapy Assistant at Nigel House. Ron credits his improvement to the time he’s spent exercising on parallel bars that stand in a sunlit common room on the second floor of his home. These bars were made possible by a donation from a Nigel House family member, topped up from a legacy gift from Hugh Morton. Staff and residents say the parallel bars have made a significant difference for their day-to-day efforts, and has improved morale among the residents. We are grateful for the contributions that made it possible for Ron to take a walk down his hallway. Thank you!

About ‘The Padre’
Francis is Broadmead Care’s Spiritual Care Coordinator. New to Broadmead Care, he plans to cultivate special relationships with the people who live with us, families, and staff members alike. Our Spiritual Care Coordinator provides a safe connection for residents to their past, that sometimes enables them to share experience they don’t often speak about. From the ‘water drop’ memories posted in a staff area, to ‘Blue Christmas Events’, from weekly worship services and monthly memorials at Veterans Memorial Lodge to visits at Nigel House and Harriet House, Francis’s presence is felt throughout Broadmead Care. Your donations make it possible for ‘the Padre’ to be available for spiritual care.

It Feels Like Home
Picture this: a residential care complex that feels like home, with vibrant common areas, spaces where young and old connect and build friendships, and where people feel a sense of purpose in life. We’ve begun creating environments that support our purpose to build communities where love, life, and living matter. We’re transforming living spaces into places that feel as much like home as possible, and that are warm and welcoming. Our Feels Like Home project is funded in part through our Annual Broadmead Care Charity Golf Tournament, presented by CIBC Private Wealth Management and Wood Gundy – and by donations from people like you. Diana, whose mother, Dottie, lives at Veterans Memorial Lodge, says it is critically important to ‘feel like home’. “This is now Mum’s home, and the more things that feel familiar, the better!” Thank you for helping us create a beautiful home for the people who live with us.

Donor Recognition

Just as “Every Moment Matters” at Broadmead Care, so, too, “Every Donation Matters!” All donations – small or large – are welcomed and appreciated.

Every donation is acknowledged with a thank you card accompanying your tax receipt. Please let us know if you wish to remain anonymous. Donors receive a complimentary subscription to the Broadmead Care newsletter, Moments.

Those individuals, companies and foundation’s whose cumulative gifts total $5,000 or more are recognized on the Donor Wall located in the lobby of Veterans Memorial Lodge.

And of course every donor is rewarded with the knowledge that they have done something to make the lives of those who need some help a little better.

Thank you for helping us build communities where love, life, and living matter.