Your generous contributions help:

  • Promote right relations through cross-cultural healing and learning events
  • Honour and carry out traditional ceremonies
  • Offer a space for groups and individuals who desire time on the land for retreat or reflection
  • Train Indigenous women and men for leadership roles in the church and their communities
  • Provide a learning setting that honours traditional Indigenous cultures and the liberating good news of Jesus

5 Ways to Donate:


1. Donate monthly

You can set up a simple Pre-Authorized Remittance (PAR) from your bank account or credit card.

Download the authorization form here.

Submit your completed form to the Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre office. We recommend sending it by fax or mail (rather than email, if possible) for the best protection of your financial information.

Mail: Box 210 Beausejour MB R0E 0C0           Fax: 204-268-4463

PAR supporters may change their donation amount at any time by emailing:


2. Donate by credit card 

Call us, Monday to Friday, 9 am – 5 pm (Central) at 204-268-3913.

Note that we are operating on reduced office hours due to COVID-19. If we are not in the office to receive your call, please leave a message with your phone number and we will return your call as soon as possible.



3. Donate by cheque

You can mail your donation to:
Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre
Box 210
Beausejour MB
R0E 0C0



4. Donate online

You can make a secure one-time or monthly donation through CanadaHelps.

Donate now.



5. Donate securities

A donation of securities or mutual funds is the most efficient way to give charitably. Since capital gains taxes don’t apply, we receive the full fair market value when the security is sold, and you get a tax receipt which reflects your larger contribution. This allows you to give more and get more.

Donate securities.



Thank you for your support!

The work of the Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre is made possible through the generosity of many friends, and especially our major funder, The United Church of Canada.