Donations

Helping Students Thrive

Charitable donations support programs, services and capital improvements that are beyond the scope of the Board's annual operating and capital budgets and beyond the basic educational program funded by government. School District No. 63 (Saanich) works together with the community to support innovative programs and services making a very special educational experience for our students.  

How will your contribution make a difference?
 
While core education programs are funded by the Province of British Columbia, the Saanich School District supports many additional programs and services that greatly benefit our students. We appreciate the support that is received from donors enabling us to continue with this work. Charitable donations are used to provide extraordinary opportunities that are normally not available and to support students who need our help to thrive. 

The following school district activities are supported through contributions from donors:

  • Helping students in need
  • Extraordinary opportunities
  • Enhancing learning environments
  • Scholarships and bursaries

How to contribute?

For more information on activities supported and to contribute online, please visit our Canada Helps site. Contributions may also be made by cheque payable to:

School District 63 Saanich
2125 Keating Cross Rd
Saanichton, BC V8M 2A5
Attention: SD 63 Charity

School District No. 63 (Saanich) is a registered charity and can issue a tax receipt for donations. 

If you have any questions or would like to target your donation, please contact Megan Cimaglia, Director of Finance at 250-652-7303 or send us an email at donations@sd63.bc.ca

Donations that are not targeted will be directed to the area of greatest need. For contributions targeted towards scholarships and bursaries, payment should be made by cheque. 

Donor Recognition

We would like to thank the Saanich Fruit Growers Association for the generous contributions to the students of the Saanich School District during the 2015/16 and 2014/15 school years.