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.

Giving Tuesday 2022

Giving Tuesday, 2022

Giving Tuesday is on November 29th - Join the global generosity movement and celebrate all acts of giving! 

The holiday season is upon us and the spirit of giving is in the air. November 29th is the 9th annual Giving Tuesday.

Giving Tuesday is the world’s largest generosity movement. Whether it’s making someone smile, helping a stranger, or donating to an organization, every act of generosity counts, and everyone has something to give.

Created in 2012 as a simple idea, Giving Tuesday is a day that encourages people to do good. The idea caught on and has grown around the world, inspiring hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity. 

This year, consider making a donation to Project Watershed. You can choose to donate to one of the four areas of our work (listed below under Donation Streams) or donate to our general fund, in which case we will use the money where it is needed the most. 

We know a financial donation is not feasible to everyone, in which case consider donating your time. We currently have various volunteer opportunities to sign up for.

Thanks for your support!

Estuary Angels


A big thank you to the following organizations that have generously offered to match our donations up to $6,000 together!



Project Watershed is a non-profit organization, we are able to do the work that we do because of the donations we receive. Every dollar makes a difference, and we are grateful for all of our supporters.

Donation Streams


– Unpave Paradise –

Our vision is to create a vibrant and productive habitat and put reconciliation into action by restoring the old Field Sawmill site in Courtenay.

Eco-benefits: Habitat creation, climate change mitigation, flood attenuation

Education and Outreach

– Keeping it Living –

We offer educational presentations to any group in our community and have specific educational programs for School District 71.

Eco-benefits: Fosters and empowers environmental stewardship

Forage Fish

With our amazing citizen science volunteers, we collect beach sediment samples, look for eggs under microscopes and catalog spawning locations of these tiny yet immensely important species.

Eco-benefits: Habitat identification, species/food chain protection 


Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration

Project Watershed is currently restoring two local creeks and a variety of nearshore habitats along the east coast of Vancouver Island. 

Eco-benefits: Habitat creation, climate change mitigation, species protection

Online Via Credit Card/Visa Debit/Paypal

Enter into your bank’s e-transfer interface (Interac) to transfer funds to Project Watershed. Please include your EMAIL ADDRESS and the stream you are donating to (Kus-kus-sum, Forage Fish, Restoration or General) in the message section. Without this information we cannot issue you a tax receipt and the money will go into our general fund.


Send or drop off a cheque made out to Comox Valley Project Watershed Society to 2356a Rosewall Crescent, Courtenay, BC, V9N 8R9. You can indicate the stream you are donating to (Kus-kus-sum, Forage Fish, Restoration or General) in the note section. Without this information the money will go into our general fund.

Monthly Donation via Direct Deposit from Bank

Download, print and fill out the form.  Drop off at our offices or scan and send to with a void cheque or direct deposit form from your bank. If you would like more information or have questions, please email


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