How To Donate to the Victim Services Society of Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and District
Victim Services Society of Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and District is a not-for-profit organization with a charitable status designation under Alberta's Societies Act. We are dedicated to providing compassionate, timely, supportive services to people victimized by crime, trauma and tragedy in accordance with the Victims of Crime Act.
Your Monetary Gift to the VSU Lets You Make a Difference in Your Community
On behalf of the Victim Services Society of Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and District, and our clients, thank you for thinking about donating to our group. Our Victim Services Unit is a non-profit registered charity helping to improve lives in the Parkland Region. Through your kind generosity, you help us achieve our mission. At times of trauma and crisis, we all need someone to help us. Your time to help is now.
"It is only with your generous donations and ongoing support we are able to provide our services 365 days a year."
Please send donations in cash or cheques to:
Victim Services Society of Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and District
91 Campsite Road, Spruce Grove, Alberta T7X 3Z1
Other Funding Sources:
Our services are confidential and free. This is made possible with the help of provincial grants, municipal contributions, donations from private citizens and corporations, and the fundraising efforts.
Your contributions will allow us to provide ongoing support and referral programs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. At times of crisis and trauma we all need someone to be there to help us through these experiences.
OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Friday: 8:30AM - 4:30PM
"Made me feel that I mattered"
I really appreciated all the help I got from the Victim Service ladies. They really made me feel I mattered and gave me lots of information about people who I should contact to help with my issue.
~ Anonymous (Spruce Grove, Alberta)
"Thanks for being there with me!"
The Stony VSU advocate was a big help explaining the process and making me less stressed out when I had to go to court as a victim of a crime. I don't think I could of done it without them. Thanks for being there with me!
~ Anonymous (Parkland County, Alberta)
"May God bless you all."
Thank you for sending a volunteer to be with me when my husband was injured. My family and kids all live away now and I would have had no one to be with me through the shock of it. May God bless you all.
~ Anonymous (Enoch, Alberta)