Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Donating to Kus-kus-sum and Project Watershed just got Easier

Project Watershed Now Accepts E-transfers

Project Watershed is grateful for the continued support shown by our donors. Every contribution is vital to our work.

We have recently set up a new system that accepts donations via e-Transfers. Nearly all Canadian banks and credit unions offer Interac e-Transfer.  It’s safe, easy and fast.

Our e-Transfer address is donate@projectwatershed.ca. Please note that you must enter your email address into the message section of the e-transfer or send us an email regarding your transfer to receive a chritable tax receipt.

If you have any questions please contact us by email or by phone at 250 703 2871.

How-To Send a Donation with Interac e-Transfer:

You need your own:

  •  account with a participating bank or credit union
  •  active email address or mobile phone number

To send, follow the easy-to-use instructions on screen: 

  1. Log into your online or mobile banking app and select the account.
  2. Choose or add Project Watershed donate@projectwatershed.ca.
  3. Type your email address into the message field so we can send you a tax receipt for your donation.
  4. Please include where you would like to funds to be directed – Kus-kus-sum, Restoration, Education or General.

That’s all. Good deed done for the day!

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