Make a Donation

to Portage Atlantic

Every donation, large or small, makes a tremendous difference in the lives of people suffering from addiction, and an important contribution to alleviating drug addiction in our communities.

An income tax receipt will be issued for all donations of $20 and more.

There are several ways to make a donation

Give Online

Online donations at are simple and secure.

Give by fax, email, or post

Download and fill out our contribution form and send it to us by:

  • Fax: 506-455-5236
  • E-mail
  • Post: Portage Atlantic Foundation, P.O. Box 1041, Station A, Fredericton, NB, E3B 5C2

Planned Giving

Portage holds a very special place in your heart?  
Consider including Portage in your will. 
Please call us at 506-472-4847 for more information.


Give by Phone

Please call us at 506-472-4847 to make a donation over the phone.

Memorial Gift

Honour the memory of a loved one with a gift to Portage.

Please download the contribution form or fill out the online form.

In-Kind Donations

Give goods and services rather than a monetary gift.
Please contact us by email or at 506-472-4847, if you would like to make an in-kind donation.


Portage is a partner organisation with Leave a Legacy™ and a member of Imagine Canada.

Please note that Portage does not solicit donations by going door to door. If someone comes to your home asking for a donation on behalf of Portage, we encourage you to report the incident to the police.

Why donate to Portage?

“I continue to support Portage because I believe in the strength and effectiveness of the programs and services it offers to Atlantic youth in serious need of residential care.  Supporting Portage Atlantic also gives me the privilege of working alongside a fantastic group of volunteers and participating in projects that positively affect young lives, their family members’ lives, and the communities we live in.  The opportunity to make a difference and give back to these young people who have made the decision to re-direct their lives and live a life of sobriety is most satisfying.”

— Frank Wilson, Portage Atlantic Board Member and donor