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Annual Giving Campaign

Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our Annual Giving Campaign so far!

We are grateful to report that this past year has been a joyful one for us here at Providence. We have lots to celebrate as the year comes to a close and a new one rounds the corner.


With covid restrictions lessoning and with the support of our generous donors continuing, we were able to welcome many new friends into programming this year and to make some important steps towards continuing to improve the services we provide.


As the season of giving returns to us this year, we reach out as a FARMILY to all of our friends and supporters in the greater community, asking that those who have room to share consider giving to Providence once again.


All donations directly support Programming here at the Farm; furthering the care and support we are able to offer. Every dollar helps.

If you have room to give this year, please click the donate button below.

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Wish List

If we could wish upon a star for donations to help enhance operations here at The Farm, here are some of the things we would hope for: 

  • a coffee grinder for herbs

  • a strong wagon for Farm Stand hauls

  • ergonomic gardening tools or shovels

  • safety gear to wear while i.e. weed whacking 

  • helmet with visor 

  • ear protection

  • large stainless steel frying pans
    (no non stick please!)

  • a kitchen-aid type mixer

  • colourful kitchen aprons x 12

  • plain white plates or bowls 

  • ski pole walking sticks

  • a line trimmer 

  • a power blower

  • a "hot water on demand" or independent water heater

  • watering wands

  • stretchy hoses

  • salad spinner

  • colander

  • hand trowels (little hand held shovels)

  • kneeling pads

  • galvanized steel pails 

  • small lined writing journals

  • books for identifying indigenous plants

  • Volunteers! (Specifically Landscape and Thrift Store support!)

Please contact us if you are able to donate any of the above items



"Giving is an act of generosity. Giving is sowing a seed.  The seed will produce great harvest of fruits."
Lailah Gifty Akita

Each week, we offer over 180 program spaces to adults and seniors with mental health issues, brain injuries, and developmental challenges who are able to participate in the Farm's therapeutic and vocational training programs.
For 39 Years, The Vancouver Island Providence community Association (VIPCA) has been providing creative and innovative programs for people in this community at Providence Farm.


"Thank you for helping our program. The farm is important to clients like me because it is like family."  

Heather, Providence Farm Client.

Every dollar helps us to make meaningful lives for some of our more disadvantaged community members.

To make a cash or cheque donation, please mail to the address below, with cheques payable to Providence Farm.


Providence Farm
1843 Tzouhalem Road
Duncan, BC
V9L 5L6

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