Thank you for your interest in fundraising for the Pacific Immigrant Resources Society! Your fundraising multiplies impact, raises awareness, and is integral to supporting the ongoing work of PIRS!

To learn more about fundraising ideas and activities, download our Fundraising Toolkit. To see examples of past community fundraising efforts, please visit our Third-Party Fundraising page.

Help us transform the lives of newcomer women! Thanks to supporters like you, we are able to continue providing culturally responsive, timely, and integrated services for immigrant and refugee women.

Please get in touch with our Fundraising Coordinator about your initiative so we can confirm its alignment with our organization and ensure that you have all the resources needed. We can also provide you with our logo, photos, and other organizational material for your promotions, upon request.

Making your Donation

Once funds have been collected, please submit this donation online, or by cheque, payable to: Pacific Immigrant Resources Society (1874 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5N 2S7).

We invite you to list any details about your fundraiser so we can recognize your efforts!

Promotion & Acknowledgement

If you are looking for logo files or images to help with your promotions, please reach out to our team at!

We encourage you to tag us on social media, so we can do our best to re-post info on your upcoming event(s):

Tax Receipts

In accordance with CRA regulations, third-party event proceeds, pooled donations, and cause-marketing are not eligible for charitable tax receipts. However, we are happy to provide an acknowledgement letter for initiatives supporting our work. PIRS is grateful for all the support we receive from our community and your continued efforts!


Pacific Immigrant Resources Society

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Women and children served

Since 1975, PIRS served 17,716 women and 9,116 children and counting.

Newcomer Support

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Women trained

84 women completed training programs in 2023 to become more effective leaders in their communities.

Women Leadership & Training

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Food hampers distributed

448 people continue to be served weekly through the emergency Food Hub.

Social Innovation & System Change

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We need donors like you to help newcomer women and their children thrive in Canada.