Your generous support of JA British Columbia will go to providing life-changing work readiness, financial health and entrepreneurship programs to youth in urban, rural and Indigenous communities across British Columbia.

Ways to Give:

Give Once or Give Regularly

Make a one-time gift or set up a recurring donation to support youth across the province.

Arrange a Planned Gift

Make a future contribution to young people in British Columbia.

Adopt a School

Make a specific contribution to youth education by adopting a class, grade or school in British Columbia.

Support a Special Program or Event

Explore unique ways to support JABC.

Give as a Corporation

Make a tax-deductible donation as a business or corporation. Contact Nancy or donate below.

Launch a Fundraiser

Engage your friends and family to help raise funds for JABC.

All donations receive a tax receipt  

Thanks to our generous donors and sponsors, JA’s life-changing work readiness, financial health and entrepreneurship programs are delivered free of charge to British Columbia youth in grades four to 12.  Charitable donations receive a federal and a provincial charitable tax credit, with an increasing return on larger gifts.

Want to send us a general donation? 

Fantastic! Please address it to:

JA British Columbia #360 475 West Georgia St. Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4M9.  Attention: Nancy Cardozo, Vice President, Development.

Further questions?

Please contact:

Nancy Cardozo, Vice President, Development, at: 604.688.3887 ext. 229 or

“Because of the JA Dollars with Sense program, I learned how to be careful when buying stuff online, how to save money and get more money!”   
- Grade 8 Student, Dollars with Sense program
“Thank you, JA British Columbia! JABC has been incredibly supportive since 2019, and getting to learn about entrepreneurship with the help of the Company Program was an amazing way to improve my business literacy, exercise my creativity, and have fun! The confidence that I had gained and the wonderful people that I had met made it an invaluable experience that I hope many other young people get to take part in.”   
- Alumni, JA Company Program
“The presentation gave us a clear understanding of how life after post-secondary education might look like. Since I’m new to Canada, I didn’t really know how a lot of things worked and it was all alien to me. But now I have a basic idea of living costs if I decide to move out and of college/university/apprenticeship options. I loved it!”  
- Grade 11 Student, Economics for Success