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Ignite Change in the Lives of Young People

When you donate to Thrive Youth, you are investing in future leaders and change makers. Our programs provide young people from across the country critical opportunities for learning and development that have a long-lasting impact on their lives. 

The work we do is made possible by the generosity of our supporters who see the potential in young people, just like we do. 

Other Ways to Support Thrive Youth


Turn your next event into an opportunity to ignite change! Contact us for event ideas, personal or team donation pages, or any other support you may need to make your event a success.


Including Thrive Youth in your estate or long-term financial planning lets your commitment to inspiring young leaders live on for future generations. If you would like to leave a bequest, gift of life insurance, securities or other options, we can help you plan your gift. Contact us for more details.


Giving a donation of stocks or securities can provide increased tax benefits while still making a difference. Thrive Youth accepts gifts of securities through CanadaHelps. To learn more or process a gift, visit: the CanadaHelps website and click donate now, selecting the “donate securities” option.

Volunteer with Thrive

Volunteers are the backbone of Thrive Youth, offering invaluable support, skills, and passion that empower and uplift young lives towards brighter futures.

Volunteers at Thrive can take on a number of roles including those in-program working directly with our participants and in an operational support role. Our volunteers have diverse skillsets including photography, child development, social media, events, and more!


You can put your skills and experience to work, make new connections, and change the life of a child today. If you're interested in learning more about how you can join the Thrive team, please get in touch!



*Thrive Youth is committed to the safety of all of our people and participants. All volunteers are required to provide a vulnerable sector police check.  

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