Supporting Victim Services Huron County
Victim Services Huron County is a registered charitable organization. Your donations provide the tools, training, and resources our volunteers require to move victims from crisis to hope.
All donations and fundraising efforts directly support the victims and volunteers within Huron County.
Core funding is received from The Ministry of the Attorney General – Victims and Vulnerable Persons Division. This funding comes from the Victim Justice Fund – monies collected by The Province of Ontario from Victim Fine Surcharges. These funds cover the necessities of this program, including salaries, rent, communications, office supplies, etc.
This funding does not cover additional expenses to support a victim, including:
- Extensive volunteer training specific to a multitude of stressful situations, including death notifications, tragic circumstances, sexual assault, religious beliefs and cultural competency, self preservation, etc.
- Volunteer mileage expenses.
- Enhanced services and comfort kits for victims, which may include teddy bears and colouring books for children, gift cards for hot meals, etc.
Whether you are a longtime supporter or you’re donating for the first time, we appreciate your support on behalf of the individuals and families in Huron County. Together, we provide meaningful services to real people within our community – in real crisis.
To donate, click the link above or mail your cheque to:
Victim Services Huron
122 Duke Street, Box 939
Seaforth, ON N0K 1W0
Donation in Memory
An In Memoriam donation is a meaningful way for friends and relatives to remember someone special. Once your donation is received, a letter of condolence will be mailed to the person you wish notified. You can personalize the letter by adding your own message if you wish.