Why give to Manor Road? Donations to Manor Road help us keep our building up and running as a community hub in Davisville Village. Donations also support the United Church’s Mission and Service Fund, helping those around the world. Your givings support our own outreach initiatives, helping those in our community and beyond.

Preferred Ways to give

Pre-Authorized Remittance (PAR)

The easiest way to give! PAR is an automatic monthly withdrawal from your bank account or credit card. Fill out the PAR form and return it to the office. You can also visit the United Church of Canada’s website to find out more information.


E-transfer can be used to send funds from your bank account directly to MRUC. Log in to your bank account online and select “email money” or “e-transfer.” Follow the instructions to direct funds to manorroaduc@gmail.com. Please provide your name and address so that we can supply you with a tax receipt (for amounts over $50).

Other Ways to give


Use CanadaHelps to make an online donation. You will be provided with a charitable tax receipt. There is a 4% fee for donations made using CanadaHelps. You may also choose to cover the processing fee so 100% of your donation goes to MRUC.

By Cheque or Cash

Please make your cheque payable to Manor Road United Church and mail to Marianne Eschker, Office Administrator, 240 Manor Road East, Toronto, Ontario, M4S 1R8. Please provide your name and address so that we can supply you with a tax receipt (for amounts over $50).

Planned Giving

A bequest may be for a specific amount, a percentage of one’s estate or the residue of the estate.
A United Church gift annuity provides an income for life, a charitable tax receipt and a gift to the congregation beyond one’s lifetime. RRSP or RRIF can be designated for a registered charity such as Manor Road United Church and be eligible to be treated as a Charitable Gift upon death of the holder. Alternatively, these monies are treated as income in the year of death and are subject to substantial tax. There is no tax on capital gains of appreciated stocks contributed to a registered charity. The donor receives a charitable tax receipt for the full amount of the gift and is not required to pay any capital gains tax that may be applicable on sale of the shares.

Tax Receipts

Tax receipts are emailed for all donations over $50 and are issued in February of the following year. Tax receipts are not issued for room rentals or events such as our pancake breakfast. Tax receipts for donations in kind must first be approved by our Executive Council. For more information or to make a donation please contact us at manorroaduc@gmail.com.

240 Manor Road East
Toronto, ON, M4S 1K3
416 483 0695

Manor Road United Church is on the traditional home of the Huron-Wendat Nation, Metis Nation of Ontario, Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation and Six Nations of the Grand River. May we be connected to the heartbeat of the Spirit as one.