Monthly Giving | Windmill Microlending

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Monthly Giving

Every donation creates a compounding impact. Support Windmill’s mission by giving monthly.

Monthly giving is simple and hassle-free at Windmill. Once you set up your donation, it is set up

automatically, making it a convenient way to contribute.

Benefits of monthly giving

Long-term impact

Your monthly contribution is vital for sustaining Windmill’s ongoing support to our clients, providing a steady

and dependable source of funding.

Amplified through accumulation 

Any contribution, no matter how modest, grows over time with monthly giving, amplifying the impact you’re

creating.

Tax benefits

Monthly donations to Windmill are tax-deductible. Claim your contributions as deductions when filing your

annual taxes.

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Flexible giving

Easily set up and adjust your monthly gift at any time to fit your financial situation. We appreciate your

ongoing support.

Hear from our donors

My parents moved to Canada when I was a teenager. When they arrived, their work experience and

credentials were not recognized and it was a struggle for them to survive while raising a family. Had my

parents known about Windmill, they would have benefited greatly. Now I am a monthly donor to Windmill to

support Windmill’s mission and to ensure that more immigrants can access this essential support. I also grew

up in a family that values generosity, and that’s why I donate my money and time.

Oumar Dicko

Windmill is a remarkably productive non-profit model. Loans, created by donations, get recycled between

beneficiaries every four years and donations of loan capital are working 100% of the time, for 100% of the

value.

Helen McLean

Donner Canadian Foundation

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When I arrived in Canada, I had nearly a decade of management experience. I quickly learned that it meant

very little in Canada. I felt lost and helpless as the future I dreamed of was slipping away. Windmill changed

everything for me. The loan enabled me to pursue a CPA designation and shortly after, I landed a job at TD

Bank. Now I donate to Windmill. My desire to give back is inspired by the resilience of newcomers to Canada

and their perseverance to succeed.

Abhisek Chatterjee

Ex Windmill Client turned Donor

My parents moved to Canada when I was a teenager. When they arrived, their work experience and

credentials were not recognized and it was a struggle for them to survive while raising a family. Had my

parents known about Windmill, they would have benefited greatly. Now I am a monthly donor to Windmill to

support Windmill’s mission and to ensure that more immigrants can access this essential support. I also grew

up in a family that values generosity, and that’s why I donate my money and time.

Oumar Dicko

4/5

Windmill is a remarkably productive non-profit model. Loans, created by donations, get recycled between

beneficiaries every four years and donations of loan capital are working 100% of the time, for 100% of the

value.

Helen McLean

Donner Canadian Foundation

When I arrived in Canada, I had nearly a decade of management experience. I quickly learned that it meant

very little in Canada. I felt lost and helpless as the future I dreamed of was slipping away. Windmill changed

everything for me. The loan enabled me to pursue a CPA designation and shortly after, I landed a job at TD

Bank. Now I donate to Windmill. My desire to give back is inspired by the resilience of newcomers to Canada

and their perseverance to succeed.

Abhisek Chatterjee

Ex Windmill Client turned Donor

My parents moved to Canada when I was a teenager. When they arrived, their work experience and

credentials were not recognized and it was a struggle for them to survive while raising a family. Had my

parents known about Windmill, they would have benefited greatly. Now I am a monthly donor to Windmill to

support Windmill’s mission and to ensure that more immigrants can access this essential support. I also grew

up in a family that values generosity, and that’s why I donate my money and time.

Oumar Dicko

5/5

Windmill is a remarkably productive non-profit model. Loans, created by donations, get recycled between

beneficiaries every four years and donations of loan capital are working 100% of the time, for 100% of the

value.

Helen McLean

Donner Canadian Foundation

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