We rely exclusively on donations and grants from individuals, corporations, foundations and special events to provide free programs, meet community needs and run our operations. We are not a government funded agency. By supporting Sheena’s Place, you are helping to provide a safe, non-judgmental support centre where those affected by eating disorders can openly share and get support for the challenges they face every day. Learn more about our impacts by reading our annual reports.

Join our Circle of Hope – Become a Monthly Donor!

Your support means a great deal to us as we rely on donations to fund our services — low-barrier eating disorder support and education that is completely free-of-charge. By committing to a $20 monthly donation for one year, 12 more participants will have access to a free support group session!

Join our Circle of Hope today:

General Donation

Even a small one time gift can provide access to better care for those who are affected by an eating disorder or disordered eating. 

If you are interested in making an online individual or organization donation, please fill out the donation form below:

Other Ways to Donate



Make your cheque payable to Sheena’s Place, and mail it to 87 Spadina Road, Toronto ON, M5R 2T1. Kindly send an email with your name and full address to for a tax receipt.



Send an e-transfer to Please provide your full name and address in the “Message” section. You will receive a tax receipt by email in about 3 weeks.


Workplace Giving Programs

Whether it’s a one time or a recurring donation, payroll deduction through United Way, Benevity, or Canada Helps allows you to donate to Sheena’s Place at ease. Discuss with your employer today.


Gifts of Securities

Sheena’s Place also accepts donations of stocks, mutual funds, segregated funds, and bonds.

“Gifting publicly traded securities like equities , bonds and mutual funds provides a “win-win” for both Sheena’s Place as a recipient, and for you as the donor and taxpayer. Sheena’s Place benefits from the full value of the gift, and you receive favourable tax benefits in the form of a tax credit on the donation and tax savings on capital gains of the donated securities. Loren Francis, FCPA, VP & Principal, HighView Financial Group
Please consult your financial advisor to decide which investments make the most financial and philanthropic impact.
If you are interested in donating a gift of securities, please contact our Executive Director John Choi at

Note: It is important to note that the tax rules for calculating the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) are changing for 2024. These changes will apply to high income earners and may impact the tax effectiveness of gifting securities in-kind. Given these forthcoming changes, proactive planning for charitable giving with your advisor is highly recommended.