TransCare+ aims to center and amplify the voices of queer and gender diverse folks.

There are many ways you can donate to TransCare+. Every little bit helps no matter how big or small. We rely on the generosity of the community to help us provide and enhance the programs and services we offer.

Credit Card

We accept all credit cards through Zeffy, where we receive 100% of your donation.


Use our personal PayPal link to make a donation. Its quick, secure, and easy!

Other Options


If you would like to donate via cheque please contact us at and we will provide you with the necessary information and where to mail your cheque.

Non-Cash Gifts

TransCare+ accepts non-cash gifts for our Gender Affirming Garment Program and fundraising auctions on an ongoing basis. We accept donations of gently used binders. If you have a binder, you no longer need, please contact us and we will provide you with a mailing slip. For our fundraising auctions we are always greatly appreciative if you are an artist, business owner, or community member that is willing to donate something we can feature at our auction.

Skills or Services

If you are an artist, community member, business owner, or a person of all trades, TransCare+ would be grateful for you to donate your time and energy. Whether your skills are related to graphic design, social media, community-care, fundraising, writing, or research we would be happy to have you.

Your Impact

Over 200

queer and gender-diverse folks were provided with access to gender-affirming gear.

Over 100

queer and gender-diverse folks were provided with micro-grants from our Community Care Fund.


queer and gender-diverse folks were reached through our peer support programs.


queer and gender-diverse folks were helped to access gender-affirming care by our navigation workshops.

“The peer support programming at TransCare+ changed my life. I come from a rural community in northern Ontario and this was the first time I was around other people who simply just ‘got it’. I am forever grateful for this community.”