We are grateful to those who donate to the college, thereby supporting its mission. From our founding in 1865 up until the present time, your gifts have allowed us to bless students and congregations. Thank you for considering a contribution to the work of the College today as we build on a rich legacy and move forward confidently into the future.
The College is able to receive donations in a variety of ways. Click below according to the way you wish to contribute.
In order to make your donation by Interac, e-Transfer from your banking institution, you may send the transfer to the College accounting office at this email address: [email protected]
In the note with your e-Transfer please indicate the area of need to which you wish to donate. You may select one of the following five areas for your contribution:
• Area of Greatest Need – General
• Dale Woods, Global Leaders Fund
• Online, Digital Resources
• Student Aid and Bursaries
• Facilities Renewal
• Faith and Work – Leadership Centre
If you wish to make a donation In Honour or In Memory of someone, please be sure to include this in the note with your e-Transfer. This person’s name will be acknowledged in the College Newsletter.
In order to make your donation by cheque, please make it payable to THE PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, MONTREAL. You may forward your cheque to:
The Presbyterian College, Montreal
3495 University Street
In a note with your cheque (or in the Memo section of the cheque) please indicate the area of need to which you wish to donate. You may select one of the following five areas for your contribution:
If you wish to make a donation In Honour or In Memory of someone, please be sure to include this in a note with your cheque. This person’s name will be acknowledged in the College Newsletter.
The College is grateful for all donations, including those designated for specific purposes. It is also particularly helpful to our mission and ministry if donations are designated for general use (or “area of greatest need”). This gives us the greatest level of flexibility and allows us to ensure that key areas of strategic and creative programming are funded. And that pressing areas of need can be addressed when they arise.
The building of The Presbyterian College was constructed in 1962—it is a place and space where so many lives have been enriched and blessed. From the courtyard to the chapel to the classrooms to the library, students and staff have been formed for service in the church and in their wider communities. Of course buildings must be maintained and improved and repaired. We are grateful for your contributions to support facilities renewal.
Students are the heart and soul of The Presbyterian College, and always have been. These students come to us from around the globe, from various socio-economic backgrounds, and from various work experiences. Taking time out to study theology intensively involves a significant financial investment on their part. While our students finish their studies with lower levels of debt than is common, providing financial support to them is vital for their flourishing in studies and their being equipped for ministry.
More and more of the academic and ministry resources that students need for their theological studies are found in digital formats. And an increasing proportion of our programming is offered online each year. This requires an investment in newer technologies, in digital library resources, and in the equipping of faculty for online instruction (among other things!). Your financial support in this area means that The Presbyterian College can continue to form pastoral leaders in a new context of instruction and learning/
We believe that most Christians live out their faith, and participate in God’s mission, through their everyday work. It is not through church programs that they make an impact for the way of Jesus, but through their work as nurses and engineers and software designers and receptionists and administrators. When you contribute financially to this area, you are helping us design and offer programs that will equip everyday Christians to pursue their work as a call from Christ.